Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union (1997)
The Supreme Court struck Down part of the 1996 federal Communications Decency Act (CDA) as a Vague, overboard restriction on speech.
The Law Made a felony of displaying Obscene or "indecent" material on a telecommunications device, in this case the Internet, so that it might be available to minors.
in the process they addressed computers and technology, acknowledging that there are multifaceted means of disseminating information electronically, and much broader community norms had to be considered.
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