Thursday, May 30, 2019
Smart phone sexting for minors gets prosecuted again, in Maryland; Canadian law doesn't need images for c.p. prosecution
Here’s another “sexting” case, reported in “The Lily”.
A teenage girl produces her own porn of an incident with a boyfriend, and texts it to her friends. She is the actor, so there is no victim.
Yet, she still could be charged with child pornography in many states. This case occurred in Maryland.
I still wonder if all the gay YouTube videos, those from overseas, are “legal”. In some countries it’s probably not certain that the actors were checked for age 18.
And another thing, in many countries, narratives can be considered child pornography even without images or videos (with or without animation). This is true even in Canada. Would the legal standard the description of explicit intimacy, or only intimacy that could produce arousal in the writer?
Sunday, May 05, 2019
A somewhat popular YouTube star, Austin Jones, 26, was sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of receiving child pornography.
He had urged minor female to produce videos and send them to him to prove he was their “biggest fan”.
Buzzfeed News (Stephanie Barr) reports.
The story might be interpreted as precautionary, not to entice readers or viewers with content.