Bill To Restrict NYC Library Porn

Psychologists: internet porn ‘encourages sex offenders’

Legal Periodical: “Adult Entertainment And Zoning: A Starting Point For Adopting Or Updating Adult Business Ordinances”

California: Christian Weatherman Fired After Opposing Strip Club Story

Libraries’ porn policy lets kids sneak a peek

7th Circuit: Porn on Work Computer Is Grounds for Firing

Vatican, Canadian bishops react to Bishop Lahey’s child-porn plea

Canadian Bishop pleads guilty in child porn case

War on Illegal Pornography Mobilizes Supporters for National Call Your Attorney General Project

Sex trafficking in the U.S. called ‘epidemic’

First Amendment Does Not Provide Right to Porn in NYC Libraries

Viewing porn in the library is OK in New York City

Oregon Senate votes to close loophole in child pornography law

5th Circuit: Restitution to child porn victim not limited by proximate causation

Roommate charged with hate crime in NJ suicide for filming same sex encounter

D.C. Circuit: Child Pornography Victim Owed More Restitution

Porn company gains control over 1/4 of all 800 numbers in U.S./Canada

    AP: Records obtained by The Associated Press show that over the past 13 years, a little-known Philadelphia company called PrimeTel Communications has quietly gained control over nearly a quarter of all the 1-800 numbers . . .


  • Posted: 04/19/2011
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Eric Holder accused of neglecting porn fight

.xxx web addresses go online

Library porn – right or danger?

FL: Parents sue school district over daughter’s ‘sexting” suicide

More than 100 members of Congress urge AG to enforce obscenity laws

8th Circuit: Coach’s secret videotaping of weigh in by nude minors is “sexual exploitation” not “mere nudity”

Hustler fined $14K for not using condoms in porn

Pornography-Front Group Asks Congress to Choose Between Families and Pornography

    Christian Newswire: A former leader of U.S. Department of Justice prosecutions against the porn industry today dispelled claims by a front group for that industry that they do not distribute illegal material . . . “Nothing could be further from the truth,” said Patrick Trueman, CEO of Morality in Media and former chief of the U.S. Department of Justice Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section, Criminal Division.


  • Posted: 03/31/2011
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  • Category: Miscellaneous
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  • Source: www.christiannewswire.com

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ACLU Demands That Schools Stop Filtering LGBT Web Content

A Girl’s Nude Photo, and Altered Lives

States Struggle With Minors’ Sexting

Millions of images seized in New Brunswick child porn arrests

KS: Family group fights for limits on sex businesses

OR: Strip Clubs Laws In Question

Nudists tell lawmakers: Don’t restrict strip clubs

Bosnian police seize 2 million child porn photos

ICANN grants .xxx but delays opening domain gates

    “The group in charge of Internet addresses on Friday opened the door for websites ending with “.xxx” but delayed deciding whether to open the floodgates for other suffixes.”


  • Posted: 03/18/2011
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One in four pupils admit swapping porn images of themselves by text message

Legal Periodical: Getting What They Are Owed: Restitution Fees for Victims of Child Pornography

Kansas: Sexually oriented business bill falter in GOP led Senate

ICANN may approve .xxx domain as early as tomorrow

Police say international pedophile ring smashed

LA: Rapides Parish tightens laws on sexually oriented businesses

Idaho: Representatives move to ban porn on public computers

Scotland: Church minister condemns ‘repugnant’ trafficking of children

Sex Trafficking in America: from The Boulevard to Planned Parenthood

Eater, NY: Little League Parents Want to Take Bats to West Village Nudie Club

NC: Could a strip club be coming to Mooresville?

Okla: Miami strip club owner arrested on alcohol, nudity complaints

Judge orders Seattle strip club to close

New rules approved for Kansas sex businesses

Oregon Constitutional Amendments aim to regulate strip clubs

    Beaverton Valley Times: “A pair of resolutions introduced to the Oregon Legislature would alter the state constitution to allow local governments to more easily regulate where adult entertainment businesses can locate. Oregon’s Constitution includes a strong protection for freedom of expression — stronger than the federal First Amendment protections — language that has been repeatedly interpreted to protect the rights of adult businesses in zoning fights with cities and counties.”


  • Posted: 03/03/2011
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AP: “Northwestern Uni defends sex-toy demonstration”

Oxford lap dance licensing application denied

Links between pornography and sex trafficking

5th Circuit: Video of minor in tanning salon not child pornography

Williston, ND: Strip club ordinance tabled again Ordinance would limit where new strip clubs could be located

Reid takes on Old West, says time to ban brothels

Court won’t stop Nevada from banning brothel ads

4th Circuit Finds Maryland Strip Club Law Overbroad

U.S. Government Shuts Down 84,000 Websites, ‘By Mistake’

    Torrent Freak: “The US Government has yet again shuttered several domain names this week. The Department of Justice and Homeland Security’s ICE office proudly announced that they had seized domains related to counterfeit goods and child pornography. What they failed to mention, however, is that one of the targeted domains belongs to a free DNS provider, and that 84,000 websites were wrongfully accused of links to child pornography crimes.”


  • Posted: 02/16/2011
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More child porn cases, less law enforcement

NJ: Woodbridge to study sex shop zoning

Is Facebook the new Craigslist for prostitution?

Ongoing push for obscenity law enforcement

WI: Grand Rapids restricts sexually oriented businesses

No new federal indictments for illegal adult porn in two years!

    “The nation is flooded with illegal adult pornography in almost every medium which is providing fuel to the fire of child pornography, destruction of marriages and families, addiction of children and adults, and an increase in sex trafficking, yet the U.S. Department of Justice has not indicted any distributers of such material in the past two years,” said Patrick Trueman, Morality in Media CEO and former chief of the Department’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section.


  • Posted: 02/10/2011
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Short film warns young people of dangers of ‘sexting’

Louisville, KY: Ordinance not kind to sexually-oriented businesses

Missouri sexually oriented business owners to appeal decision on new restrictions

Slavery is returning to the United States

Louisville Sends Sexually Oriented Businesses Packing

Rebecca Hagelin: Culture Challenge of the Week: Child Pornography on TV

    Rebecca Hagelin writes at Townhall:  ”To appear nude on TV, for starters. Danny’s mother had a few qualms, apparently, about her son starring in a teen drama rife with explicit sexual scenes, drug abuse and alcohol. But, Danny assured her, it’s just a “job,” and besides, he’s “superstoked” about it. After all, he and his co-stars (some as young as 15) get to inhabit a teen world full of sexual duos and trios, gays and straights, “pill-poppers” and “nymphomaniacs,” with no moral repercussions—or even capable parents—in sight. Sounds like child exploitation to me.”


  • Posted: 02/02/2011
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: townhall.com

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Commercialized Sex and Human Bondage

`Sexting’ Bill Filed in SD Legislature

11th Cir. Panel: Minor girls in ‘Wild’ video to remain anonymous

11th Circuit upholds Manatee County, Fla. SOB ordinance