New Silicon Graffiti Video: '2009: A Book Banning Odyssey'
But perhaps the most worrisome aspect of CPSIA is that it's led to books being banned. Lead in printers' inks wasn't outlawed until 1985; so books published in 1984 or earlier have had to be removed from used book sellers' shelves, and even some libraries. And don't think booksellers haven't noticed the ominous sound of that cut-off date:
Fortunately, at least for now, Big Brother is still allowing us to remain on the air -- this is our 28th edition of Silicon Graffiti; click here and start scrolling for the previous segments.