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Justices Alito, Thomas Invoke Victorian-Era Morality Law, Raising Censorship Concerns

Several national publications reported this week on widespread concern among Free Speech advocates after U.S. Supreme Court Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas repeatedly invoked, during a hearing, the Comstock Act, an infamous law that was the cornerstone of U.S. censorship of sexual material from the 1870s until the 1970s.

FSC, Co-Plaintiffs to Ask US Supreme Court to Review Constitutionality of Texas Age Verification Law

Free Speech Coalition (FSC) and its co-plaintiffs in the challenge to Texas’ controversial age verification law have petitioned the United States Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit to stay its recent decision upholding the law, because they intend to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to review the law’s constitutionality.

SCOTUS to Take Up Section 230 Challenges

The U.S. Supreme Court announced today that it will hear two cases that could lead to landmark decisions about Section 230 liability protection for online platforms.

Supreme Court Tests Bush-Era Law Forcing Nonprofits to Denounce Sex Work

U.S. Supreme Court justices voiced their concern Tuesday that a 2003 law that requires overseas affiliates of American nonprofits to take a formal stance opposing sex work in order to get federal funding might violate constitutional Free Speech rights.

Supreme Court Could Rule on Whether 'Revenge Porn' Is Protected Speech

The constitutionality of revenge porn laws may soon be ruled upon by the United States Supreme Court.


US Supreme Court Declines Peek at VoyeurDorm

Fred Lane returns with another legal update to help keep you well informed of the important issues affecting Adult Webmasters and society today. As always, keeping "abreast" of these issues is one of the most important responsibilities we face. Check it out:

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