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 October 21, 2009  Posted by  Court, Laws, Online, U.S., Youth & Schools

Julie Carr Smyth of Associated Press reports:

Booksellers, video game dealers, newspaper publishers and other critics of an online child protection law encountered skepticism from state Supreme Court justices Tuesday for their free-speech arguments.

A coalition led by the American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression has challenged laws throughout the country aimed at protecting children from online pornography and predators that they claim jeopardize protected speech among adults that might be linked to private chat rooms, listservs or e-mail.

Read more in The State.

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