Dirty Driving In The DVD Age

The indecency cops seem to be expanding their beat to cover the nation's roads, and they are hoping to recruit real cops to their cause: a crackdown on "drive-by porn"--that is, folks playing blue movies in their cars. Parents whose kids have been exposed to the stuff by seeing the images as they pass a car are urging lawmakers to curb the road shows. A Tennessee measure banning the display of externally visible, "obscene or patently offensive" video in cars passed the senate last March and is expected to become law on July 1. A councilwoman in Flint, Mich., proposed a...

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