[JURIST] The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah (ACLU) [official website] on Wednesday asked a federal judge to permanently block [press release] a Utah law that restricts Internet speech. Utah Code §§ 76-10-1206 and 76-10-1233 [texts] regulate Internet material, including artwork, photography and graphic novels that might be "harmful to minors." In its memorandum [text, PDF] supporting the motion for summary judgment [text, PDF], the ACLU argues that the statutes violate the First Amendment [text] and the Commerce Clause [Cornell…

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