Clinton Fein

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<!-- Deleted image removed: -->Clinton Fein (born 1964 in South Africa) is an artist, writer and activist, noted for his company Apollomedia's controversial website and its Supreme Court victory against Janet Reno, United States Attorney General, regarding the constitutionality of the Communications Decency Act in 1997.

This victory, a landmark for First Amendment rights, won Fein's right to disseminate his art. Fein won another federal First Amendment lawsuit to remove a government-imposed gag order. As recognition, Fein received a nomination for a PEN/Newman's Own First Amendment Award in 2001. Fein now presides the board of , a nonprofit organization that protects and promotes freedom of information, expression, and petition.

Early life and career

Born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, Fein graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, in 1986, with a Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Psychology. After living in New York for a couple of years, Fein moved to Los Angeles, where he began reporting directly to the President of Orion Pictures, as part of the creative team for numerous films, among them Academy Award-winning Dances with Wolves and The Silence of the Lambs.

From the outset, Fein's work has led him into some high-profile confrontations. In 1994, his CD-ROM Gays and Lesbians in the US Military, based on the book by renowned investigative reporter......
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