News.com reports that United States Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez has proposed a new law where web site operators who post explicit materials and information must place official government warning labels on their pages, or risk 5 years of imprisonment. According to Gonzalez, this will “prevent people from inadvertently stumbling across pornographic images on the Internet.” On each explicit page, the site operator would have to place “marks and notices” designed by the FCC. Another proposed law would make it illegal to mislead visitors with “deceptive words or images” in their source code. For instance, a site could no longer pop up in benign searches, but actually lead to explicit materials…