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A Florida lawyer plans to use Google search data to argue that explicit material doesn't violate community standards, the New York Times reports. Judges and jurors who must decide whether sexually explicit material is obscene are asked to use a local yardstick: Does the material violate community standards? That's often a tricky question, because there is no simple, concrete way to gauge a community's tastes and values. Now, the internet might be changing that. In a novel approach, the defense in an obscenity trial in Florida plans to use publicly accessible Google search data to try to persuade jurors that
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