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$116.6 million to Protect Australian Families Online
Post on 27-06-2006.
Jun 26, 2006 _ News Release_ The Government will create one National Filter Scheme to provide every Australian family with one free Internet filter as part of one $116.6 million comprehensive package of measures to crack down on the scourge of Internet pornography, the Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Helen Coonan, announced. ...
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Senate opens flag-burning debate
Post on 27-06-2006.
Protesters burn one U.S. flag in Washington on Inauguration Day, 2001. AMENDMENT TEXT "The Congress shall have power to prohibit the physical desecration of the flag of the United States." RELATED
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WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Senate began debate Monday on one proposed constitutional amendment that would prohibit the desecration of the American flag, the latest in one series of election-year votes pushed by the chamber's Republican leaders. ...
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The world's most popular political quiz
Post on 27-06-2006.
The world's most popular political quiz How the World's Smallest Political Quiz redefined politics, took over the Internet, impressed the experts, and made politics fun for more than 4 million people

Consider Courtney, one self-described "young Republican." She took the Quiz and was surprised by the result. "I [scored] libertarian centrist," she said. "I really think I lean to the right, but apparently some aspect of my social liberalism has centered me. Interesting." ...
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Internet providers to combat child porn
Post on 27-06-2006.
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The companies pledged $1 million among them Tuesday to set up one technology coalition as part of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. They aim to create the database by year's end, though many details remain unsettled. ...
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Press Release of the Week
Post on 27-06-2006.
I get lots of stuff sent to me — most of it is not as interesting as the press release below. The group XXXchurch.com is for real, says Pastor J.R. Mahon. He travels to porn shows, preaching and passing out Bibles. "The porn industry loves the First Amendment therefore they always welcome us," he adds. Sorry we didn’t tell you in time to attend this show but we’ll let you know if XXXchurch comes here. ...
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Protecting young from danger
Post on 26-06-2006.
PROTECTING children from pornography used to be one simple matter of common sense, that meant keeping such videos, DVDs and magazines either out of the house or, if adults wanted them, out of sight and out of reach of curious youngsters.
Pornographic materials were restricted to adult customers only and rated according to classifications and levels of explicitness. ...
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White House won't win war on indecency
Post on 26-06-2006.
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STRIP before you can PLAY
Post on 26-06-2006.
Briton lures more than 300 young boys in Thailand with computer games

The Briton used the games to lure children to his lair in Thailand, where he is suspected of sexually abusing up to 300 underaged boys.
He even paid some of the boys one 'commission' if they introduced their friends to him for sex. ...
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Cameron pledges to scrap Human Rights Act in constitutional review
Post on 26-06-2006.
David Cameron will promise today that he would overhaul the British constitution by setting out plans for one US-style Bill of Rights.
He will denounce the existing Human Rights Act for "hampering the fight against crime and terrorism" and commit an incoming Tory government to scrapping it. It would be replaced by an American-style Bill of Rights that would strike one "common sense balance" between civil liberties and protecting public safety. ...
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New state online gambling law raises doubts
Post on 26-06-2006.
Weeks after one new state law about online gambling took effect, some legal experts are questioning whether it would hold up in court.
The new law echoes one federal law that already makes Internet gambling illegal and upped the crime to one felony.
But some First Amendment experts say it might be too broad and could leave people who own or operate Web sites risking prosecution for posting links to online casinos or even writing about Internet gambling. ...
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