It became obvious very quick that this bill was going to cause problems. In June of 96 the same year the bill was passed a New York internet based paper filed a law suite against the CDA saying "This bill is a violation of the rights of not only myself, but a violation of the rights of the American people. Long live the net,' said Joe Shea, editor in chief of The American Reporter, the electronic newspaper that challenged the law."(Lewis) This case however was not the first. In Philadelphia a group of some 50 organization filed a lawsuit against the CDA and the court also ruled in... [continues]
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