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November 09, 2004

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blocking myspace violates the first ammendment. It should be allowed in schools,but a censor should be applied so that students cannot post innappropriate pictures or swear

thanks - that's an important point

You should note that Judge Marrero ordered his decision stayed for 90 days or for the pendancy of any appeal (see the ordering clause on page 120 of the decision.) Thus, the judgment issued by the court will not be effective any earlier than December 27, 2004; and the government has already stated its intention to appeal Judge Marrero's decision. Unless the government fails to file a timely appeal, the statute authorizing NSLs will remain valid until the appeal terminates or the appellate court issues a countervailing order. This is likely to be a substantial period of time - probably a year or more, if the appeal is taken to the Supreme Court.

Very good article and advice...I cited your article in my atricle at ~

http://lostinamerica.blogs.com/lost_in_america_finding_o/2004/11/utilization_of_.html#comments

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