State clings to neo-Nazi site ban

The German state government of North Rhine Westphalia has acknowledged difficulties in finding a software solution to filtering neo-Nazi content. The government confirmed on Friday that its efforts so far have produced no results and that it will decide within the next four weeks whether to honour complaints filed by 38 Internet service providers opposing the Web site censorship.

In February, NRW president J

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