Justice Department Passes New P0rnography Rules
The Justice Department passed new p0rnography rules today--shifting the burden of proof to the producer of the material. The producers will have to establish that those depicted in photos and films are adults.
....producers who violate the new requirements would be subject to prison terms of up to five years on the first offense and up to 10 years for subsequent offenses.....producers must keep detailed records that verify the identity and age of each individual depicted.
The regulations also expand the definition of "producer" to include those who publish on the Internet. All of the new rules are intended to implement the Child Protection and Obscenity Enforcement Act, enacted in 2003.
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