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WASHINGTON, April 16 —  The Supreme Court struck down a federal law Tuesday banning 
“virtual child pornography,” which uses young adults or computer-generated pictures to 
depict children, ruling that it violated free-speech rights and was so broad that it 
could outlaw Shakespeare. A deeply disappointed Attorney General John Ashcroft 
promised to seek new laws and ordered prosecutors to redraft pending cases to make 
sure child pornography suspects did not go free.


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