Sexual Harassment or Censorship?

Even as the ACLU frets over the privacy of people chatting with Al Qaeda on their cell phones or googling bomb-making instructions on public library computers, a more serious threat to civil liberties and personal freedom has long been institutionalized in our society. I’m talking of sexual harassment law, which has evolved into an Orwellian form of thought policing that subjects individuals and their relations with each other to the coercive power of the state.

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