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June 18, 2007

Update on the Cyber Safety For Kids Act

The Cyber Safety For Kids Act (S.1086) was introduced in the Senate by Max Baucus (MT) and Mark L. Pryor (AK) on April 11th.  This bill is a reaction to the injunction issued against COPA earlier this year.  The bill, if passed, would require tags on all websites that would identify content harmful to minors.  At this point the Act has been referred to the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. There is yet to be a hearing on the bill, but there is plenty of time in this Congress for the bill to move.

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