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High Court Declines to Review Internet Obscenity Case
The Supreme Court turned back an appeal on Monday from a photographer who claimed a federal decency law violated her free speech rights to post pictures of sadomasochistic sexual behavior on the Web. Justices affirmed a decision last year by a special three-judge federal panel upholding the 1996 law that makes it a crime to send obscenity over the Internet to children. The Court's denial for review came as the subject of children and indecency has received increased attention.
March 21, 2006 at 12:00 AM
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Updated on March 21, 2006
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The Supreme Court turned back an appeal on Monday from a photographer who claimed a federal decency law violated her free speech rights to post pictures of sadomasochistic sexual behavior on the Web.
Justices affirmed a decision last year by a special three-judge federal panel upholding the 1996 law which makes it a crime to send obscenity over the Internet to children.
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