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#161431 - 06/13/07 01:05 AM Re: ACLU and child porn [Re: philobat]
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#162119 - 06/18/07 11:06 AM Re: ACLU and child porn [Re: Soccer Kid]
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Back to the original issue here...

Prosecutors say from March 2005 until October 2006, Rust-Tierney bought at least five sub>
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#162237 - 06/18/07 09:54 PM Re: ACLU and child porn [Re: Still]
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I guess that part of the problem with these sites on the Internet that you can't just "shut them down". You can use them to bust people who are using them illegally (child porn) but there is no central governing organization that will close operations that are politically incorrect or objectionable to people.

In addition, there are governments that do not declare such sites to be illegal and the ownership can be set up or transferred there. At least that's my understnding based on minimal Internet knowledge.

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#162271 - 06/19/07 04:09 AM Re: ACLU and child porn [Re: Ken Singer, LCSW]
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Ken's right. These sites are probably hosted overseas.

Amazing isn't it? That countries out there "permit" such crap to be online. Makes me sick just thinking about it.

Why do I read the discussion board before I go to bed? I must be stupid.

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#162273 - 06/19/07 07:16 AM Re: ACLU and child porn [Re: Soccer Kid]
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In some of these countries, child pornography is legal de facto rather than de jure; the countries don't yet have any laws addressing child pornography, therefore they have no authority to arrest perpetrators.

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#162328 - 06/19/07 01:18 PM Re: ACLU and child porn [Re: melliferal]
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What's truly ironic and moronic is that many countries (Thailand, India, Korea, Japan, Philippines, Prague, Mexico, Russia, China and many more) produce child porn and web host sites that cater to this heinous crap- but by far the largest buyers of kiddie porn and sex slave trade is England and the United States!

I have mentioned this before- but will do so again. There is a movie called, "Human Trafficking" starring Mira Sorvino and Donald Sutherland that specifically deals with a true story and they use factual statistics.

Its an eye opener- the silver lining is that many celebrities have joined a movement to bring awareness and action to stop this horror.


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#162346 - 06/19/07 04:11 PM Re: ACLU and child porn [Re: melliferal]
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Originally Posted By: melliferal
In some of these countries, child pornography is legal de facto rather than de jure; the countries don't yet have any laws addressing child pornography, therefore they have no authority to arrest perpetrators.


So....where does that leave CSA in those countries? Is CSA then legal as well?

(fearing the answer)

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#162362 - 06/19/07 06:43 PM Re: ACLU and child porn [Re: Still]
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As far as I know (and some countries may be/probably are different), in those places CSA is classified as "sexual assault", on par with adult rape, etc, and is prosecuted as often as it can be; of course, police in these kinds of countries are severely overtaxed so lots of cases slip by.

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#162551 - 06/21/07 02:02 AM Re: ACLU and child porn [Re: melliferal]
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#322612 - 02/19/10 08:27 AM Re: ACLU and child porn [Re: philobat]
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As a child victim of the making of kiddie porn, I found this most interesting.

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