Wired News: A three-judge panel of the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that the Child Online Protection Act restricted free speech by barring website operators from posting information inappropriate for minors unless they limited the site to adults. The ruling upheld an injunction blocking the government from enforcing the law. Well, this is certainly an interesting development. Actually, I assumed that this would eventually be struck down, but not necessarily this quickly.
Looks like Steve Jenson of Google (formerly of Pyra Labs) is also enjoying Dave Winer’s posturing regarding the Google/Blogger deal.