Tuesday, March 06, 2018

The question of porn, pirated and placed out of context -- reminds me of the COPA trial in 2007



Stoya has an op-ed in the New York Times Monday, March 5, 2018, p. A27, “Can there be good porn?
  
She discusses how adult content needs to be put in context – a discussion that I remember well from the COPA litigation of more than a decade ago. But then it gets pirated, she says, out of context, posted “for free” on YouTube, and discovered by kids out of context.
  
But even when found in its original location, many people will not bother to read the context.

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