Tuesday, April 26, 2011

There is No Prohibition Porn Site Opens in Some American Library

New Yorkers do not have to furtively opened a porn site on the internet. In the name of freedom of speech that is protected First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, people even allowed to open the suggestion in the public library site.

"Visitors can open anything they want from the computer," said a spokesman for the Brooklyn Library, Malika Granville explain the latest regulations in force in 200 branch libraries in New York.


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Policy library has received opposition from government and religious pemimpim. They are disgusted and angry. "What they do is provide an opportunity for indulgence in passion in public, something that was so despised by a certain rate," said Catholic League President Bill Donohue. "It's even far worse than the influence of Playboy Magazine."

Customers keep the library, Daisy Nazario, 60 also objected. He claimed to disgust when he realized was sitting in front of library visitors who view the site nasty man in the Brooklyn Central Library recently.

At that time, the man was using a protective side that can block the view from the screen that was showing scenes of threesome. "But I can still hear his voice, it's very terrible for the kids," said Nazario.

Under U.S. law, all libraries that use federal funds, must install a filter (filter) to block sites that contain obscene content and child pornography. And New York City officials claim to have done so.

However, library administrators and members of the local library say it is a matter of free speech. "To honor the First Amendment to protect free speech, public libraries in New York can not prevent adults accessing adult content because it is legalized," said a spokesman for the New York Public Library, Angela Montefinise.
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