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If passed, the law would require Internet service providers in the state to block "sexual content and patently offensive material" by default. Users looking to take a peek at censored content would be able to make a written request to lift the ban.

That would require proof that the consumer is at least 18 years old, evidence that the consumer received a "written warning regarding the potential danger of deactivating the digital block," and an Andrew Jackson, or Lady looking sex Big Bay legal tender.

Frank Ciccone and Hanna Gallo, both Democrats.

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Sexy girls from Richmond Virginia They say it is intended to keep children and minors safe from from accessing inappropriate content. It also seeks to rid the Internet of all child pornography, revenge pornography and human trafficking websites.

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Ciccone and Gallo's law would also require ISPs to block access to 'patently offensive material,' which is termed as anything 'so offensive on its face as to affront current standards of decency. Copyright NPR.