In its final report to Congress Oct. 20, the Child Online Protection Act (COPA) Commission recommended a combination of broader public education, heightened public awareness of existing technologies, better enforcement of existing laws, and industry self-regulation to help stop kids from accessing internet material that is "harmful" to minors.

The commission stopped short of recommending mandatory web filtering for schools, even as Congress considered a bill that would require just that.


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