A federal judge on March 22 dealt another blow to government efforts to control internet pornography, striking down a 1998 U.S. law that makes it a crime for commercial web site operators to let children access "harmful" material online.

In his ruling, the judge said parents and teachers can protect their children through software filters and other less restrictive means that do not limit the rights of others to free speech.

"Perhaps we do...

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