AL Lawmakers Consider A Pornography Filter

Alabama lawmakers are considering a bill that would require porn filters on all internet devices. The opposition to this bill are citing free speech and privacy violations.

WKRG reports:

HB 428 would make it a crime to sell any internet device that doesn’t have a filter blocking obscene websites installed on it. In order to remove the filters, the bill states that retailers would have charge $20 and forward the money along with a written request to the state government.

The websites that would be restricted range from porn sites to human trafficking sites.

What do you think about this bill?

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