Google Says No
By now everyone knows that Google is refusing to cooperate with the Justice Department's attempt to revive their ability to censor the Internet.
First of all the FBI is already overtaxed chasing down take-out orders to Middle East delis given to them by NSA, so they don't need this output to suck up even more time from the real threats to the country.
Someone needs to explain "Google bombs" to the Justice Department, and why you can't go to court with any stats from searches. If they would hire a few database professionals they would find out why what they want to do won't work.
The best they could do is hire a hundred temps, put them on computers that have filters installed, and log the sites that get through. Neither the filters, nor their law is going to totally shield a determined teenager from 'Net porn, but with so many sites outside the US, the filters have a better shot at it, and the filters are getting better.
Pandering to the Religious Reich's prudery does not make the country safer.
Update: MSNBC has a Newsweek article
that provides more background on what Justice is doing. This was not well thought out on the part of the Justice Department.