JustAnotherOldGuy writes: Here we go again...Republican Sen. Todd Weiler continues his anti-porn crusade by introducing a bill that would require porn filters to be placed on the Internet and phones. His previous resolution declaring pornography a public health crisis, which sailed through the 2016 session, was only the first step. Weiler said that two other bills he's drafting would help to restrict kids' access to pornography by adding filters on IPhones and tablets, and in libraries. The idea would be that these devices would come pre-installed so that they filter out porn sites, he said. In order to remove the filter, the user would have to prove that they're at least 18 years old. First Amendment lawyer Andrew McCullough says such a requirement would restrict free speech, as it would involve blocking certain postings. "I really don't expect that the state of Utah is going to be able to exercise that kind of control over an interstate item such as the Internet," he said. "I don't think they have the jurisdiction to." Sen. Todd Weiler doesn't seem to understand that blocking porn is about as feasible as blocking cat pictures- impossible to do technologically as well as legally.