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Computer: Freedom of Speech In Cyberspace #160597

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 24, 1995
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(Studio: Renee Poussaint) Findings of a "Time"/CNN poll on whether the government should control sexual content in cyberspace cited.

(New York: Deborah Amos) The Senate passage of the Communications Decency Act, a law banning indecent material from the Internet, featured; scenes shown from a New York City computer trade show to illustrate what kind of material is available on the information superhighway. [Prodigy's Brian EK - comments.] [ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) Barry STEINHARDT; on National Empowerment TV, Representative Newt GINGRICH - comment on free speech issues.] Map shown of states passing new anti-pornography laws for the Internet. [Electronic Frontier Foundation Mike GODWIN - comments.]

Reporter(s):
Amos, Deborah;
Poussaint, Renee
Duration:
00:03:50

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