Richmond Journa

l of Law &Technology

Volume VI, Issue 3, Part I

Winter 1999


Related Browsing


Related Browsing provides the readers with other web pages that are topically related to the featured article/note and that may be of interest to our readers. Excerpts from Small Business Development Center of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce at the University of San Diego on March 12, 1996, compiled by Jacob C. Reinbolt, Esq. Cyber-Rights & Cyber-Liberties (UK): Materials related to the American Civil Liberties Union v. Reno case 1990 decision by the Third Circuit written by Judge Dolores Sloviter, who sits on the three judge panel hearing the current CDA case brought by the ACLU and the CIEC/ALA coalition in Philadelphia. This decision holds that requiring adults to use a nine digit identification code to access dial-a-porn was overbroad and failed the "least restrictive means" test under the First Amendment and under Sable. The ACLU cites this case in their brief. These were published in October and November, 1995 in the Georgetown Law Weekly criticizing the Marty Rimm "study" of porn on the net. Rimm's study, originally published in the Georgetown Law Journal, became the basis for the much maligned Summer, 1995 The Electronic Frontier Foundation list of related cases, commentaries, and articles published on June 26, 1997. Amicus brief filed for ACLU v. Reno on October 11, 1999. The Specter of Pervasiveness Pacifica, New Media, and Freedom of Speech. In this briefing paper, written on February 12, 1998, Jonathan D. Wallace explains how technological advances threaten to lead to wider applications of the pervasiveness doctrine. Legal Bytes, Spring 1997, Volume 5, Number 1 is an on-line site providing articles prepared by the firm of George, Donaldson & Ford, L.L.P. ACLU Background Briefing, Reno v. ACLU: The Road to the Supreme Court. A news release provided on Thursday, October 31, 1996. Justice on Campus Project's mission is to preserve free expression and due process rights at universities. Their online archive includes reports on disciplinary charges, speech codes, and censorship on college campuses around the country. The Project was one of 20 plaintiffs in the ACLU's successful challenge of the Communications Decency Act.

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