1 Although plaintiffs and intervenors have refused to admit that the Internet contains child pornography and obscene materials, defendant has provided unrebutted evidence strongly suggesting that such materials can be found there. For purposes of this opinion we will assume that such materials are accessible through the Internet. See Def. Exs. 4-14; see also Reno v. ACLU, 117 S. Ct. 2329, 2336 (sexually explicit material on the Internet includes text, pictures, and chat and ‘extends from the modestly titillating to the hardest-core.’”) (citing ACLU v. Reno, 929 F. Supp. 824, 844 (E.D. Pa. 1996)).

2 Defendant admits to having blocked The Safer Sex Page, the Books for Gay and Lesbian Teens/Youth page, and the Renaissance Transgender Association page, even though it recognizes that none of them contain prohibited material. See Def. Ex. 18, Def. Answer to Intervs. Sec. Interrogs.

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