Electronic Frontiers Georgia is totally opposed to any attempt by government to mandate what its citizens can say, hear, and think. We must fight this at all cost. CENSORSHIP DESTROYS.
The Communications Decncy Act (CDA) was part of the Telecomunications Reform Act of 1996 introduced as partof the Manager's Amendment. The complete text of the TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1996 is posted courtesy of Blumenfeld & Cohen - Technology Law Group (INFO@TECHNOLOGYLAW.COM)
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is involved in keeping YOUR right to free speech on the Internet. Click ACLU to see their progress on this and other issues.
To search on ACLU's database for other items related to Communications Decency Act, click here: SEARCH
The Pacifica Case - The CDA prohibits the King JamesVersion of the Bible from being on-line. To see the web page discussing this and other prohobitions, click here: PACIFICA
WOULD YOUR WORDS BE CENSORED??? This interactive Web page is the brainchild of three multimedia designers: Brian Hall, Andrew Chak, and Rob Stanley. Stanley is also a member of the online civil-liberties organization Electronic Frontier Canada. The "Black Thursday Machine" invites Internet surfers who visit the site to type in the address of their favorite Web page, to see what it might look like if a Canadian version of the new and controversial American "Communications Decency Act" were put into effect.
ASCAP, or ADULT SITES AGAINST CHILD PORNOGRAPHY, is a non profit site created by A non profit site created by a HELMY Enterprises, an operator of adult sites. HELMY Enterprises created this site to allow other adult sites to express their support and to raise awareness in the internet community for parents to control children's access to pornography.
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