In the library scandal hall of shame, Taylor now joins Charles Rust-Tierney, the former president of the Virginia ACLU who argued in the case leading up to US v. ALA against Internet filters, then went on to be convicted for "sadistic kiddie p-rn." One judge described it as "'the most perverted and nauseating and sickening type of child p-rnography' she has seen in 10 years on the bench."
Why do these people get to oppose legal means for protecting children then use illegal means for violating them? Why do people oppose legal means for protecting children? Is American Library Association [ALA] misinformation that widespread and effective? Is your community library guided by the ALA's anything goes policy?
For educational purposes under Fair Use Section 107 of the US Copyright Act, here is one of the articles on this scandal:
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
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