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Censorship on Internet Pornography The idea of censorship is nothing new to American people it has been controversial for a long time The issue is so delicate because censorship by definition infringes on peoples First Amendment rights freedom of speech and freedom of press Yet there are still issues for and against censorship or pornography on the internet There is the argument of child safety and how easy it is for children to access pornography on the web Or the other side of the argument if you dont want your children stumbling on this information put filters on your computer and supervise their time on the net However as quickly as the internet and the World Wide Web are developing it is becoming an even greater challenge to prevent children from being exposed to such material Pornography is defined in Websters Dictionary as pictures film or writing which deliberately arouse sexual excitement One thing might sexually excite one person but not another So by this definition one can understand why there is a lot of room for discrepancy Until there is a universal definition of what is meant by pornography there will continue to be heavy debate Below Robert Bork and Peter McWilliams express their points on antipro censorship in internet pornography First off as we all know censorship on the internet is a very controversial issue The net is a new system in which most people in the world participate Obviously censorship clearly violates the First Amendment freedom of and from religion speech and press Peter McWilliams is opposed to the subject stating that Almost all censorship is based on the religious andor political beliefs of those in power page 71 p
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