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Specifically, CIPA requires schools and libraries that receive federal funds for Internet access under the E-rate Program of the Universal Services Program and the LSTA to adopt and implement Internet safety policies.

With its increasingly widespread use have come efforts to regulate it, in the name of preventing harm to minors from material sexual, violent, or objectionable content. COPA made it a federal crime to use the Internet to transmit material thought to be "harmful to minors" for commercial purposes. On June 23, 2003, the Supreme Court held that the CIPA provision requiring public libraries to install blocking software is constitutional, reversing a lower court decision that held CIPA unconstitutional on First Amendment grounds. Standards for Filtering Internet Content: Filtering software that has been developed to block restricted material is imperfect and costly.

In 1997, the Supreme Court struck down parts of the Communications Decency Act ("CDA"), which prohibited the transmission of "indecent" material to minors over the Internet on First Amendment grounds. Like its predecessor CDA, COPA has been held to violate the First Amendment and it is no longer good law. Therefore, schools and libraries are advised to weigh the costs and benefits of installing the software and maintaining it with the amount of federal subsidy received — some libraries have chosen not to install the software because it costs more than the federal subsidy forgone as a result.

Among its flaws, filtering software has a tendency to block access to sites that do not contain restricted material (such as sites about Mars exploration, Super Bowl XXX, and sextants); it may allow access to material that, by its own standards, should be blocked; it often fails to distinguish between "good" and "bad" information about sex, violence, etc.; and it may restrict access to controversial topics that are appropriate subjects for research.

(The flaws in such software have been documented by Consumer Reports, Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, and other groups.) Some students have reported that they are unable to do research assignments at school, access information about health or learn how to do computer research effectively because of the effects of overly restrictive filters.

Last week I pointed out that in the SOPA debate livestream there was an interesting sub-discussion where it was suggested to bring in an expert witness on porn and IP enforcement - which seemed surprising enough.