CPPA

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CPPACollaboration Protocol Profile and Agreement
CPPAChild Pornography Prevention Act of 1996
CPPACenter for Public Policy Analysis
CPPACollaboration Protocol Profile and Agreement (Oasis)
CPPACleveland Police Patrolmen's Association (Cleveland, OH)
CPPACommittee for Progressive Political Action
CPPACorrugated Polyethylene Pipe Association
CPPACentre Professionnel et de Pédagogie Appliquée (French: Professional and Applied Pedagogy Center)
CPPACertified Professional Public Adjuster (insurance)
CPPACanadian Pulp & Paper Association
CPPACentre de Promotion Professionnelle pour Adultes (French: Adult Education Promotion Center)
CPPAConnecticut Professional Photographers’ Association
CPPAConference for Progressive Political Action
CPPAChristian Paintball Players Association
CPPACompanhia Pernas Pro Ar
CPPACalifornia Public Parking Association
CPPACertified Professional Property Administrator
CPPACo-Ordinated Parts Procurement Agent
CPPACanadian Personal Property Appraiser
CPPAChristian Pool Players Association
CPPACalifornia Pork Producers Association
CPPACalifornia Police Pistol Association
CPPACentral Parts Procurement Agency
CPPAConstitution Party of Pennsylvania (Butler, PA)
CPPACoarse Pseudo-Pin Assignment
CPPACentral PA Podiatry Associates, PC (Altoona, PA)
CPPACanadian Pacific Pioneers Association (Canadian Pacific Railway retired employees)
CPPACivilian Performance & Promotion Appraisal
CPPACareer Planning and Placement Association
CPPACircularly Polarized Patch Antenna
CPPACanadian Pitch and Putt Association
References in periodicals archive ?
Third, I turn to Congress's latest foray into child pornography law, the Child Pornography Prevention Act of 1996.
On a national level, the Child Pornography Prevention Act of 1996 radically broadened the 1984 scope of Federal child-porn legislation.
1237, the Child Pornography Prevention Act of 1996, would add pornographic material featuring children or that exploits children to the exemptions for newsroom searches.
The Free Speech Coalition, (1) the Supreme Court, in a 7-2 decision written by Justice Anthony Kennedy, struck down two provisions of the federal Child Pornography Prevention Act of 1996 (CPPA).
In that case, the appellate court struck down, on First Amendment grounds, the Child Pornography Prevention Act of 1996, which expanded the scope of federal child pornography laws to include computer-generated images of children engaged in sexually explicit conduct.