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Pornography is allowed by the freedom of press dictated in the First Amendment However the problem is who is sitting in front of the computer screen children With the boom of the information highway billions of sites have become available to anyone who possesses the equipment and the know-how Yes information is at the worlds fingertips but so are pornography drugs and weapons While the government does not possess the right to censure the Internet legislation to provide filters is imperative to prevent the pervasion of perversion An extremely plausible solution is the widespread use of filters and a rating system With technology similar to the V-Chip in the new televisions that block out certain programs or programs with certain ratings parents can designate what ratings or sites their children can access Then the filter will be used to block the unwanted sites Such filters exist already but they are too few in number when compared to the thousands of questionable sites created each day If the government were to apply a little more pressure however then filters could be increased dramatically and fully utilized If legislation were to enforce the availability of filters servers would not be as lax in their policies regarding questionable material as they are now Government involvement should be minimal however the government should enforce the availability of safeguards that parents can choose to utilize The Internet has united the world but it has also lead to tragedies that have shocked the world Why wait for another tragedy such as the Colombine shooting before we take action We need to protect our children from sex drugs and violence
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