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*   Internet Filters Block Health Information, Study Finds
Teenagers who look to the Internet for health information as part of their "wired generation" birthright are blocked from many useful sites by antipornography filters that federal law requires in school and library computers, a new study has found, New York Times (December 10, 2002)

*   Gay, Bisexual Men Seeking Quick Sex Turn to Internet
Practice is hastening the spread of HIV, Baltimore Sun (July 28, 2002)

*   Deceptive Names Promote Anti-Abortion Site
An anti-abortion activist is buying up Internet domain names with slight variations on names of major news outlets, businesses and the National Organization for Women and linking them to a website profiling gruesome pictures of bloody, aborted fetuses, Chicago Sun-Times (July 11, 2002)

*   Gay.com Drops Bareback Chat Room
Gay.com's decision to drop its dedicated barebacking chat room has produced sharp protest and some strong approval from members who frequented the site, Bay Area Reporter (March 23, 2001)

*   Gay.com Drops Bareback Chat Room
Gay.com's decision to drop its dedicated barebacking chat room has produced sharp protest and some strong approval from members who frequented the site, Bay Area Reporter (March 23, 2001)

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*   AIDS Activist Knows Site Will Survive Him
Story of AIDS activist who publishes web site to try to save lives, USA Today (August 29, 2000)

*   High Risk Sex and Cyberspace
Results of a study of the role of Internet use in sexual contacts, Bay Area Reporter (August 3, 2000)

*   Internet Trysts and STDs
Followup to stories raising privacy issue related to syphilis contact tracing of participants in the AOL SFM4M chatroom, PlanetOut (July 26, 2000)

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