The House and Senate have both passed a bill that would ensure the legality of technologies that allow parents to mute or skip objectionable content on DVDs or compact discs. Legislators killed a provision in the bill that would have provided legal protections to companies that re-edit feature films to remove such content.
The bill now heads to the Prez.
From the First Amendment Center.
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