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Short Take: Virginia county moves to dismiss library Net blocking case

A federal judge has heard arguments to dismiss an Internet censorship case in Loudoun County, Virginia. A civil liberties group is suing the county library system over its Internet filtering policy, which blocks people of all ages from viewing controversial material online. There was no decision in the hearing, but participants are optimistic that the judge will rule within a month on the motion to dismiss.

    A federal judge has heard arguments to dismiss an Internet censorship case in Loudoun County, Virginia. A civil liberties group is suing the county library system over its Internet filtering policy, which blocks people of all ages from viewing controversial material online. There was no decision in the hearing, but participants are optimistic that the judge will rule within a month on the motion to dismiss.