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Free Internet Porn Is Legal, Says California Appeals Court 286

Posted by timothy
from the law-abiding-citizens-unite dept.
wdef writes with the lead from a story that may bring you a big sigh of relief: "Free internet porn is not illegal. Nor is it unfairly competing with porn companies who'd rather you paid for your thrills, according to a California Appeals Court, which has dismissed a case against one free site, Redtube.com, as an unfair attack on free speech." Interestingly, this case was brought not by anyone objecting to pornography on moral grounds, but rather by a competitor who reasons that "free" is a hard price to compete with, unless it's against the law.
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Free Internet Porn Is Legal, Says California Appeals Court

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