Public libraries will have until July 2002 to certify that they have adopted internet filtering technologies required by a new federal law, under terms of an agreement reached in U.S. district court.

The agreement came during a hearing on the twin lawsuits filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and the American Library Association challenging portions of the Children's Internet Protection Act.

Under the law passed last year, libraries and schools would

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