In further fallout from the Columbine High School rampage that left 14 students and a teacher dead in Littleton, Colo., victims of various high-profile bombings joined a public safety advocacy group last week in calling on the nation's leading internet companies to keep bomb-making sites off the web.

"No one has a constitutional right to use an internet company's property to facilitate murder," said Dennis Saffran, executive director of the Center for the Community Interest (CCI). "Rather, the companies have the constitutional right--and the moral obligation--to stop this use of their property."

Joined by a survivor of a Unabomber mail


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