News Burst: CDA II bill moves ahead in the House

The House Subcommittee on Commerce has scheduled a markup hearing for Thursday on the so-called CDA II bill, which would limit the ability of commercial Web sites to post material "harmful to minors" -- a development which has online free speech advocates in an uproar, considering that Congress voted last week to post Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's sexually-graphic report on President Clinton's affair with a former White House intern.Full story to follow.

The House Subcommittee on Commerce has scheduled a markup hearing for Thursday on the so-called CDA II bill, which would limit the ability of commercial Web sites to post material "harmful to minors" -- a development which has online free speech advocates in an uproar, considering that Congress voted last week to post Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's sexually-graphic report on President Clinton's affair with a former White House intern.

Full story to follow.

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