0 Can you cite a specific example of federal government Internet censorship in the United States? Do you think the amount of Internet censorship in the United States is appropriate or overly restrictive? Explain your answer. Q91 Do research to identify the current countries that are identified as “Enemies of the Internet” by the group Reporters Without Borders. What criteria did Reporters Without Borders use when deciding which countries to place on this list? Q92 What can an ISP do to limit the distribution of hate email? Why would such actions not be considered a violation of the subscriber’s First Amendment rights? Q93 How would you clearly distinguish between hate speech versus speech that is merely annoying, critical, or offensive? Would you be willing to defend someone’s right to use annoying, critical, or offensive speech? How would you respond if such speech were directed at you or a loved one? Q94 Why must U.S. organizations be very careful when dealing with issues relating to pornog- raphy in the workplace? What are some legal and reasonable steps an organization can take to limit pornography in the workplace? Q95 Do research on the Web to locate an anonymous remailer. Find out what is required to sign up for this service and what fees are involved. What guarantees of anonymity are made? Q96 Look carefully at the email you receive over the next few days. Are any of the emails advertisements for a commercial product or service that violate the CAN-SPAM Act? If so, what can you do to stop receiving such email in the future? Q97 What is a John Doe lawsuit? Do you think that a corporation should be allowed to use a subpoena to identify a John Doe before proving that the person has done damage to the company? Why or why not? Under what conditions will the courts execute a John Doe lawsuit? Q98 Do you think further efforts to limit the dissemination of pornography on the Internet are appropriate? Why or why not? Q99 How did the Children’s Internet Protection Act escape from being ruled unconstitutional? Talk to your local librarian and find out if the library has implemented Internet filtering. If so, has it experienced any problems enforcing the use of filters? Write a short paragraph summarizing your findings.