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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg wants to lift the minimum age restriction for social networking, which Facebook's terms of service, in line with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, currently sets at 13.
Coulton's comment, contributed to the ongoing debate over the accuracy of the $500 million Megaupload is said to have cost artist and producers.
The ideas in the SOPA legislation are a significant threat to free speech, would result in substantial censoring of legal material, and would alter the nature of the Internet as we know it.
One of the more critically praised films this year has been Shame, which has been in limited release around the country since December. The film is also rated NC-17.
Prison Legal News fights for the First Amendment at South Carolina's Berkeley County Detention Center.August 25, 2011
In the world of prison, hardcover books are often deemed dangerous because of their potential utility as weapons or body armor, and reading material mailed directly from friends or family is discouraged because of its potential for hiding contraband. But as Contributing Editor Greg Beato explains, the Berkeley County Detention Center in South Carolina has a book ban that goes much further than that, essentially forbidding all outside reading material except for the Bible. Beato reports on a new lawsuit challenging the jailhouse policy on First Amendment grounds.
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