On this post I made mention of the proposed change to porn laws which would require anyone who appears in an adult online video clip or photograph to submit identification and other information to the websites who host the content and the government. (This would effectively end many adult enterprises who rely on anonymous contributions to exist.) The original story was by Regina Lynn, who reports today victory for freedom:

“The United States Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit ruled today in the case of Connection Distributing Co. et. al. v. Keisler that the federal 2257 record-keeping statute is unconstitutional and overbroad.”

Attorney Michael Murray says the statute being declared unconstitutional is “a monumental victory.” For more information see this story by the Free Speech Coalition.