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Culver City Censorship

by adkinsjm / August 23, 2006 3:44 AM PDT
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I don't see what's wrong
by SilasC / August 23, 2006 4:20 AM PDT
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It's just the same as a school blocking some material. If a library doesn't have a book you want, you just go to another. I don't see how it even touches the 1st amendment. They offer a service with restrcitions. It's not like their customers can't get their Internet elsewhere.

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(NT) (NT) Yup, people who want porn or P2P will just go elsewhere
by djcoty / August 23, 2006 5:39 AM PDT
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Free Speech
by adkinsjm / August 23, 2006 6:30 AM PDT

Who determines what is porn in this situation? You can get internet at other places, but this is one problem with municipalities offering internet services.

Would the city block access to websites offering information on reproductive health then? Come on and think about the issue for a second people.

P2P has legitimate uses as well. What about all legal torrents?

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