“Child Internet Protection Act” (CIPA)

Tell the KS House to protect children from the predatory nature of porn by providing internet protection at schools and in public libraries! Encourage them to support CIPA – SB 104 passed the Senate 40-0 and a unanimous vote in the House Education Committee. 

CIPA Talking Points

SB104
has been assigned to the House Education Committee

Status: Passed the Committee – Headed to the full House

Witness Testimony:
Phillip Cosby, State Dir. AFA-KSMO

This bill would require Internet filters on Kansas public libraries and schools. It mirrors the 2000 Federal Child Internet Protection Act (CIPA) intended on protecting minors from obscene or harmful materials. The Federal Law was upheld as constitutional by the SCOTUS in 2003.

 

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