New Frontiers in Child Porn Law

There are many things to consider while listening to this podcast. What happened to Amy was horrible and it is depressing knowing that she has to live with her photos being on the internet forever. It is even worse knowing that child pornography is still being distributed on the internet. I do believe 100% that Amy should receive restitution for this incident. However, this situation gets tricky when she is allowed to obtain money from EVERY person that clicked on her photos. We can’t assume everyone that viewed these photos enjoyed what they saw. But we also can’t assume that other didn’t enjoy it. So where will the line be drawn? I do not think everyone should be held responsible for viewing her photos. There are many links that randomly pop up on the internet and as humans we curious of things. It is possible that many of the people that viewed the photos are not perverts and were not aware of what they were about to see. They simply just saw a link and clicked on it. They should not be in trouble for that. In the other hand, there are disgusting people that enjoy viewing child pornography. I believe the viewer’s intent plays a huge role in wether or not they should get in trouble. Legal action should be taken upon on the people that viewed the photos and helped distribute it to other people. These are the people that are making it harder for Amy’s pictures to get off the internet and is causing more emotional damage to her.

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