Open a Wi-Fi gateway and be responsible for all that passes across it: The head of SCO, a group that maintains Linux is a derivative product of copyrights they hold, testified as a private citizen that Utah should regulate how wireless networks are configured. Free and unintentionally open networks would be banned in Ralph Yarro's view, and individuals or network operators would be fined for leaving networks open and responsible for any pornography that passes across it that's viewed by minors. Of course, a host of federal law already deals with aspects of this, including the liability that those running networks have for content that passes across it.
A local ISP's head wasn't at the Utah legislative committee hearing, but noted that he would shut down the free wireless he operates in libraries in Utah should such an idea get enshrined in law. Further, he notes, he doesn't believe national ISPs could be held to these standards within Utah, and points to the inconsistent standards for what kind of porn is available where.
Restricting access to pornography by minors is often used a wedge to restrict speech in broader ways, usually starting with all pornography to all ages.