The Supreme Court agreed Oct. 14 to revisit the thorny question of how to protect children from explicit material on the internet without resorting to unconstitutional censorship.

The case asks whether, in the name of children, Congress wants to restrict too much material that adults have the right to see or buy. On a more practical level, the court will decide whether the government can require some form of an adults-only screening system to ensure that children cannot see material deemed harmful to them.

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