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Court rejects N.Y. decency law

A federal judge strikes down New York state's online indecency law, which made it a crime to publish indecent material on the Internet.

    A federal judge has struck down New York state's online indecency law.

    U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska ruled that the New York law, which made it a crime to publish indecent material on the Internet, violated the interstate commerce clause of the Constitution, American Civil Liberties Union attorney Ann Beeson told CNET's NEWS.COM.

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