Bill Clinton's Communications Decency Act has been plagued with difficulties since it was first announced in February 1996. Late last year, the Supreme Court refused to lift a preliminary injunction suspending the legislation.
Now the future of the law looks bleaker than ever. It is up to the Supreme Court to decide whether the controversial proposals, which would make ISPs responsible for policing their services against obscenities, should make it to the statute book. The American Civil Liberties Union is lined up against Attorney General Janet Reno to ensure it doesn't.
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