CHAPTER 17 QUESTIONS

1. What is the difficulty in applying the "community standards" test to determine if a Web site is obscene?
2. What is the "overbreadth standard"?
3. How does pornography differ from obscenity?
4. Do public libraries have to filter Internet content? Explain.
5. What free speech argument militates against filtering library Internet content?
6. How is child pornography treated differently from other pornography?
7. What is the rationale for treating child pornography differently?
8. What is virtual child pornography?
9. Should virtual child pornography be treated as child pornography? Explain your position.
10. Why is it so difficult to define obscenity?
11. Do you agree or disagree with Justice Douglas' dissent in Miller? Support your position.

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