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Washington state online sex ad law stopped in its tracks

arstechnica.com
On Friday, a federal judge in Washington State imposed a preliminary injunction blocking the implementation of a new law that aimed to impose stronger ID requirements for online sex ads, as a way to combat child prostitution. The law cannot be enforced until the court hears the case further. Last...
Washington state online sex ad law stopped in its tracks

Censorship: OK to fight copyright infringement but not sex abuse?

gigaom.com
Even child prostitution, it seems, isn’t a good enough reason to force internet service providers to monitor the content they publish. Citing conflicts with the Communications Decency Act, as well as various constitutional conflicts (including the First Amendment), a federal judge recently issued a preliminary injunction barring the state of...
Censorship: OK to fight copyright infringement but not sex abuse?
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Washington state admits "sex trafficking" law is unconstitutional

arstechnica.com
The state of Washington has abandoned its defense of legislation passed earlier this year that could have exposed website operators to legal liability if they inadvertently hosted advertisements for child prostitution. The Internet Archive, represented by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, challenged the legislation in June. They argued that the...
Washington state admits "sex trafficking" law is unconstitutional

Facebook Didn't Reach Out To Advertisers Until After Its Redesign Announcement [THE BRIEF]

www.businessinsider.com
Good morning, AdLand. Here's what you need to know today:  Facebook reached out to ad agencies after making its redesign announcement. Adweek reports: "After the announcement, the company emailed marketers with a follow-up overview of the new feeds and design 'and said right now ad units aren't going to change,'...
Facebook Didn't Reach Out To Advertisers Until After Its Redesign Announcement [THE BRIEF]
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