A growing concern about online predators and child pornography on the Internet has spawned a new series of legal challenges, with plaintiffs suing Internet service providers for allegedly failing to police the Net for porn.

Plaintiffs lawyers argue that ISPs are not only failing to monitor their Web sites properly, but federal laws are also contributing to the problem by granting ISPs broad immunity from suits challenging content they carry.

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