In December, Congress passed the Children's Internet Protection Act, which will mandate that libraries and schools participating in the federal eRate program use filtering software on all computers to which minors have access. This regulation, which covers public libraries as well as schools and school libraries, has widespread support in many quarters, but has raised some concerns, too.

To date, many libraries have tried to accommodate parents' concerns about pornography and violence on the web


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