The United States Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether a law aimed at curbing children's access to online pornography tramples the rights of adults to see or buy what they want on the internet.

The high court already has struck down one attempt by Congress to shield children from internet pornography. In addition to protecting children, the first law would have prevented adults from viewing the material, the court ruled in 1997.

Congress tried again a year later, when it passed the 1998 Child Online Protection Act (COPA). The

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