Digital Media Lawyer:  “Digital media law: The 9th Circuit has done it again. In its ruling last week in U.S. v. Kilbride, the 9th Circuit announced that “a national community standard must be applied in regulating obscene speech on the Internet, including obscenity disseminated by email.” (Case Nos. 07-10528, 07-10534, October 28, 2009). The 9th Circuit stated that its holding followed the view expressed by a majority of U.S. Supreme Court Justices in Ashcroft v ACLU, 535 U.S. 564 (2002) that application of a national community standard in Internet obscenity cases would not ‘generate serious constitutional concerns.’