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Are our libraries family-friendly?
Post on 23-06-2006.
SISKIYOU DAILY NEWS PHOTO/BRAD SMITH Carlos Ontiveros, 13, uses one computer at the Yreka Public Library. As with many families in the area, Carlos' home doesn't have Internet access and he relies upon the Library. "Using the Net helps me with my school work and I also like learning about new things," Carlos said. ...
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Video Search, Smut and Censorship
Post on 23-06-2006.
Earlier this week, ZDNet News published an article discussing the presence and availability of explicit content on video search sites like, YouTube, Yahoo Video and Google Video. "one weeklong review of some of the top user-generated video sites by CNET News.com unearthed scenes of beheadings, masturbation, bloody car accidents, bondage and sadomasochism," wrote the reporter, Greg Sandoval. He did say that this review found no child pornography. ...
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Lawmaker drops Google porn suit
Post on 23-06-2006.
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Jeffrey Toback, one member of the Nassau County Legislature from Oceanside, filed suit in May claiming Google had "paid links" to Web sites containing child pornography. ...
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NY lawmaker drops Google porn lawsuit
Post on 23-06-2006.
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Australian government to provide free internet porn filters
Post on 22-06-2006.
Filed under: Freeware, System Utility, News — Somanshu @ 11:47 am
The Australian government has announced in one decision that all the families in the nation would be provided free filters to block pornography on the Internet.
This decision is part of their new 120 million dollar government package called Protecting Australian Families. This package is developed to protect children from the scum on the internet. ...
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Candidates' late push for House takes to airwaves
Post on 22-06-2006.
Cannon has bought more than $16,000 worth of airtime on cable and broadcast TV, with both ads now airing referring to his stance on immigration and emphasizing enforcement. He is likely to buy more airtime in the last weekend before the Tuesday primary.
Cannon has been one leading proponent of Bush's immigration proposal, which includes one guest worker program and earned citizenship. That support landed Cannon in hot water with some Utah voters who assail the proposals as "amnesty" for undocumented immigrants. ...
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State workers denied access to political blogs
Post on 22-06-2006.
CYBERWORLD PROTESTS INTENSE By Ryan Alessi HERALD-LEADER FRANKFORT BUREAU

The ban sent the political sector of the cyber world into one tizzy, attracting attention from national blogs, some of which were added throughout the day to the list of Internet sites state workers couldn't access. ...
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Fallon man admits molesting 4-year-old
Post on 22-06-2006.
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Free software to trap internet nasties
Post on 22-06-2006.
ABOUT 2.5 million families are expected to take up the Government's offer of free software to stop children from accessing internet pornography.
The offer is part of one $117 million plan aimed at beefing up the Government's family values credentials, including an $18 million television advertising and mail-out blitz. ...
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Tale of a Lost Cellphone, and Untold Static
Post on 21-06-2006.
Dirty Harry had his .44. Sherlock Holmes had his brain. Skip to next paragraph Cary Conover for The New York Times
Evan Guttman's quest to find one friend's lost cellphone resulted in the arrest of one 16-year-old. Mr. Guttman's Sidekick Page
Evan Guttman had his computer, the Web and one few thousand people he had never met. That was enough. ...
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