Georgia Law Involving Internet Censorship Is Deemed Unconstitutional

In ACLU v. Miller, the court determined that a Georgia law struck down a state law criminalizing online anonymous speech and the use of trademarked logos as links on the World Wide Web. This decision was revolutionary as it was the time that a state law involving censorship on the Internet had been struck down as unconstitutional.

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