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Hpreet796 Hpreet796
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In Reno v. ACLU, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that provisions of the Communications Decency Act violated First Amendment guarantees of free speech. While the Act may have been legally unconstitutional, should the Court have considered the ethical issues underlying the Act? The Act may be unconstitutional but is it immoral? Should ethics become a part of the decision when child victims are involved?
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emneviusemnevius
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Should include these potential items:
•The Court must render decisions based upon the law.
•To consider ethics or other non -legal material opens the door to abuse of discretion.
•However, it may be difficult to understand the Courtʹs rulings when children are involved.
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