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Man drops anti-porn lawsuit against Utah (but he’s still suing to marry his computer)

Man drops anti-porn lawsuit against Utah (but he’s still suing to marry his computer)

Ben Winslow | Fox News

A man suing the state of Utah over porn filters is dropping his lawsuit, expressing faith that the state legislature will address it soon.

But Chris Sevier is still suing Governor Gary Herbert and Utah County Clerk Bryan Thompson for the right to marry his computer.

In a filing Thursday, Sevier — who has a history of filing unusual lawsuits — asked a federal judge to “nonsuit” (or dismiss) his case against the state. He reserved the right to file it again.

Sevier sued Utah over a law passed that allows Internet Service Providers to charge for anti-porn filtering technology. He argued that ISPs should have the filters automatically installed, and customers should have the ability to “opt-out” to view adult content online. In his filing, he called it a “slam dunk case for the Plaintiffs under the first amendment (sic).”

As for why he’s dropping the lawsuit, Sevier said in the filing that the Utah State Legislature appeared ready to address the topic.

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