News.com reports that the Stop Adults' Facilitation of the Exploitation of Youth Act--or Internet Safety Act was introduced last week in the Senate. The act would force any commercial web site operator to flag each page that contains adult material to label the page with a warning that it contains "sexually explicit material." Failure to comply could result in fines or jail sentences of up to 15 years. Backers of the act claim they are doing this to curtail child pornography as well as keep minors away from mature content. However, broad categories of other content...

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