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Clinton Fein is an established political artist and photographer. Fein's most notable victory was his Supreme Court lawsuit against Attorney General of the United States, Janet Reno, challenging the constitutionality of the Communications Decency Act in 1997, where his right to disseminate his art on the Internet was upheld in a landmark victory for the First Amendment. His criticisms of the government's attempts to regulate speech on the Internet were published by The Wall Street Journal, who profiled him as "a player" in their "Names on the Net" special feature. Mr. Fein was nominated for a PEN/Newman's Own First Amendment Award in 2001. For the last nine years, Fein has served as both editor and publisher of the controversial Annoy.com and its graphicless sister Pointing Fingers. He is currently President of the Board of First Amendment Project (FAP), a nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to protecting and promoting freedom of information, expression, and petition. He also edits FAP'S weblog, covering issues related to the First Amendment as well as global issues and the delicate balance between free expression and privacy.
Fein's art, work and website have received considerable media attention both in the US and globally.
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