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Another COPA ruling

The federal appeals court in Philadelphia again ruled that the Child Online Protection Act of 1998 is unconstitutional. The decision is “the latest twist in a decade-long legal battle [that] … has already reached the Supreme Court and could be headed back there,” the Associated Press reports. COPA, which was blocked by the Philadelphia court shortly after it was signed, followed the Communications Decency Act, which was also intended to regulate adult Web content. CDA was ruled unconstitutional in “the landmark case Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union,” AP added.

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