Both in terms of speech regulation and in terms of providing raw material for the legal controversies that shape the law of the First Amendment, the legacy of Pres Clinton's Administration is considerable, and nowhere more than in cyberspace. The most visible example of the Clinton Administration's role in cyberspeech regulation are the Communications Decency Act, which was struck down by unanimous vote of the Supreme Court in 1997, and the Child Online Protection Act, which is now before the courts.
The First Amendment and Cyberspace: The Clinton Years,
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