Examining the Constitutionality of Internet Filtering in Public Schools: A US Perspective
The use of Internet filters in public classrooms in the USA has been intensely debated, both in terms of its effectiveness and legality. The debate pits concerns to protect students from indecent material against issues of unconstitutional censorship. This paper examines the legal issues addressed in various rulings by the US Supreme Court pertinent to issues raised in the debate over the constitutionality of filtering in the classroom. The rulings and opinions offer valuable insights into the legal issues raised in this debate.
R. Trevor Hall and Ed Carter. "Examining the Constitutionality of Internet Filtering in Public Schools: A US Perspective" Education and the Law 18.4 (2006): 227-245.
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