Alliance Defending Freedom: It’s days away: The Supreme Court’s marriage decision is expected to come down on June 29.
“Yet across the country, an increasing number of federal judges have come to their defense, criticizing changes to sentencing laws that have effectively quadrupled their average prison term over the last decade.”
OneNewsNow: “Microsoft has developed PhotoDNA, software technology that helps calculate the distinct characteristics of a digital image to match it to other copies of that same image . . . Trueman says that ‘if the National Center has perhaps a thousand new child pornography photos that come in on one day, they might be able to identify ten children in those photos. With the Microsoft software, the other photos will be looked at for characteristics which the software can identify and tie to particular children.’”
From the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) press release accompanying its policy statement on “sexting”: “A survey conducted for NCMEC by Cox Communications and released in June 2009 found that 19% of teens surveyed had sent, received, or forwarded sexually suggestive nude or nearly nude photos through text message or e-mail. Of the teens surveyed who had engaged in ‘sexting,’ 60% sent the photos to a boyfriend/girlfriend and 11% sent them to someone they did not know.”