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Introduced in Senate (04/07/1995)

Requires the Attorney General to complete a study and submit to the House and Senate Judiciary Committees a report containing: (1) an evaluation of whether current criminal laws governing the distribution of obscenity over computer networks and the creation and distribution of child pornography by means of computers are fully enforceable in interactive media; (2) an assessment of the Federal, State, and local law enforcement resources that are currently available to enforce those laws; (3) an evaluation of the technical means available to enable parents to exercise control over the information their children receive, to enable other users to exercise control over the information they receive over interactive telecommunications systems, and to promote the free flow of information consistent with constitutional values in interactive media; and (4) recommendations to encourage the development and deployment of such technical means of control.