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Conflicts with the V-Chip, and how It Effects Parents, Children, and the Government
Conflicts with the V-Chip
In my opinion, the government mandated television rating system does not violate the free speech clause of the First Amendment. I think this is because even though the TV shows do have some restrictions, they are still allowed to show and say many things that show violence or sex. Just like U.S citizens are entitled to free speech and say what's on their mind as long as they don't offend others, the mandated television rating system simply provides boundaries for television broadcasts so that the viewer's rights are not violated.
- Case: Olmstead v. United States
- Conflicts with the V-Chip, and how It Effects Parents, Children, and the Government
- Court Case Number 15: Bowers v. Hardwick (June 30, 1986)
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