"Everything has changed...": information filters and censorship, in the new USA

A new national censorship law in the US requires Internet information filters on all school and public library computers, in use by either children or adults. US librarians are leading the fight against this, suing their own national government in open law court to prevent it. For unique and even eccentric political and legal reasons, the librarians may be successful, but in a very strange lawmaking procedure which no other nation may want to copy exactly as it is practiced in the US.