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Epidemic growth of Net porn cited

on Thursday, 17 June 2010. Posted in Media Updates

'Epidemic' growth of Net porn cited

Washington Times

By Rachel B. Duke THE WASHINGTON TIMES Congress must ensure that obscenity laws are enforced so that children are not exposed to pornography on the Internet ...

Have the Feds gone soft on porn?

Mother Jones

On Tuesday, a group of anti-porn activists and scholars arrived on Capitol Hill to brief members of Congress and their staffs and to call for beefed-up federal enforcement of obscenity laws. They weren't there to fret about the pornographers of old: the loveable chauvinist Hugh Hefner and his scantily clad bunnies, or even the not-so-loveable-but-occasionally-principled First Amendment crusader, Hustler publisher Larry Flynt. No, they had come to alert Congress to websites like GagFactor.com, whose teasers alone are way more graphic than anything Hefner ever published, and whose content doesn't portend a spirited First Amendment defense.

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