Thursday, August 04, 2005
This seemed like an interesting article, based on the title. But then you click on the article and you learn that they're not trying to prevent old people from posing nude on the internet but instead trying to prevent young people from seeing naked people on the internet. I'm sorry, but why is there a recent date on the byline of this article? Hasn't that been the goal of politicians since Adam and Eve first put on the fig leaves?
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