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In Reno, Attorney General of the United States v. American Civil Liberties Union,involving a law restricting the sending of certain sexually oriented...

In Reno, Attorney General of the United States v. American Civil Liberties Union,involving a law restricting the sending of certain sexually oriented information over the Internet, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that:

a. the Telecommunications Act of 1996 violated the U.S. Constitution for its restrictions on the transfer of indecent material over the Internet.

b. the Communications Decency Act violated the U.S. Constitution for its restrictions on the transfer of indecent material over the Internet.

c. the Internet had grown to a point that it should be placed into private ownership that could contract regarding sexual content with individual service providers.

d. the Communications Decency Act did not violate the U.S. Constitution in any manner.

e. individual states could decide whether the Telecommunications Act of 1996 violated the U.S. Constitution.

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