PORNOGRAPHY LAWS

There is no law that is set to apply in the distribution, possession or reception of the pornography materials, images or photographs.  Even if the person distributing pornography is licensed, the person receiving it may not be legally doing it.  The distribution, production, possession and reception of the child pornography images is highly prohibited by the Federal laws. The Federal jurisdiction is mostly implicated when the child pornography occur in the interstate or the foreign commerce. Federal jurisdiction may also happen when the child pornography violation is committed by use  of internet. Child pornography is prohibited in most of the countries.  Most countries have coördinated enforcement that prohibits the internet pornography. Some of these countries include United States and UK. The child pornography is defined by Section 2256 of the United State Code as any kind of visual depiction of the sexually conduct that involves anybody who is below 18 years of age.  The visual depictions entails the videos, photographs, and the digital images which may be either adapted or modified.  The undeveloped film can be converted to child pornography which is illegal.  A picture of a naked child may give to child pornography.  Section 2251A of the United States Code prohibits the parent, the legal guardian or any person in the custody of a child who is under 18 to buy, have or sell child pornography.  Section 2260 of the United State Code prohibits any person outside the United State to sell, buy or transfer the child pornography.

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