The Associated Press reports that eight years after the Child Online Protection Act was passed, legal challenges from the online magazine Salon.com, some sexual health sites and other Web publishers have prevented enforcement. The law would impose a $50,000 fine as well as a six-month prison term on commercial websites that publish "harmful to children," as defined by "contemporary community standards"......
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