SCOTUS and Internet Porn

March 3, 2004 | Posted in Editorial Features by fleshbotmod

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Things sure are steamy at the Supreme Court this week as justices hear oral arguments (heh) in a discussion of Internet pornography and the 1998 Child Online Protection Act: Solicitor General Theodore B. Olson admitted to finding over 6,230,000 websites offering "free porn" (that's it?); Susie Bright was cited by the ACLU as a valuable non-pornographic sexuality resource; and Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg shared some hot and heavy girl-on-girl action during recess. (Just wanted to see if you were paying attention.)

Justices Hear Arguments on Internet Pornography Law (NY Times)
See also: Google Search: "Free Porn" (n.b.: we found only 6,080,000 sites)

Update: Former Justice Harry Blackmun talks about watching porn movies in the basement of the Supreme Court building in this RealAudio clip @ NPR.org. Really. (Thanks, Barry.)

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