The Null Device

Stumbling towards Gilead (cont.): In the U.S., the Telecommunications Act of 1996 makes sending information about abortion on the Internet a crime punishable by five years in prison; it is based on the Comstock Law, which was used to prosecute family-planning pioneers earlier this century. This law has not been enforced, as Clinton's bleeding-heart-feminist attorney general Janet Reno gave her word that it would not be enforced -- but now that a religious zealot is Attorney-General, all this may change. Maybe it's time for Planned Parenthood and other such un-American subversive groups to move their servers to Sealand?

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