A viewpoint article on Wired.com argues that in the name of "protecting the children," we are confusing innocence with ignorance. Next week, substitute teacher Julie Amero of Norwich, Connecticut, receives her sentence for exposing students to pornography in the classroom. She faces a prison term of up to 40 years. Prosecutors claim that Amero deliberately visited pornographic sites on a school computer, and allowed her charges to view the content. Amero claims that the computer got hit with a pop-up frenzy that she wasn't able to stop. However, tech-savvy lawyers are pointing out glaring errors made by both sides in...

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