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Circuits split on Web download as interstate commerce

From the National Law Journal: "In a case involving the possession of child pornography, the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals broke with two other circuits, the 3rd and 5th, and ruled against the government's assertion that the interstate character of the Internet means a connection to a Web site server invariably involves data moving in interstate commerce."  (sub. req.)  [RJ

September 12, 2007 in Miscellaneous | Permalink


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