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Regulation of Computer-generated virtual Child Pornography under American and French Jurisprudence: One Country’s Protected “Speech” is another’s Harmful Smut.

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This paper compared and contrasted the regulation of child pornography in the United States and France. It was found that both countries strictly regulate child pornography, Indeed, the laws of both countries were similar until United States Supreme Court rulings in Reno v. ACLU and Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition, essentially made American law different from French law in terms of criminalization of certain aspects of child pornography. While France has tightened its child pornography laws considerably in recent years, the ruling in Ashcroft has given rise to a potential conflict of laws when it comes to international action against child pornography. Furthermore, there is a potential for producers of of virtual or computer-generated child pornography around the world to move their virtual “wares” to servers in the United States because of this country’s greater protection of free speech, including virtual or computer-generated child pornography that is unlawful in other jurisdictions.

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Eko, Lyombe. "Regulation of Computer-generated virtual Child Pornography under American and French Jurisprudence: One Country’s Protected “Speech” is another’s Harmful Smut." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott Hotel, San Diego, CA, May 27, 2003 <Not Available>. 2009-05-26 <http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p111528_index.html>

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Eko, L. , 2003-05-27 "Regulation of Computer-generated virtual Child Pornography under American and French Jurisprudence: One Country’s Protected “Speech” is another’s Harmful Smut." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott Hotel, San Diego, CA Online <.PDF>. 2009-05-26 from http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p111528_index.html

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Abstract: This paper compared and contrasted the regulation of child pornography in the United States and France. It was found that both countries strictly regulate child pornography, Indeed, the laws of both countries were similar until United States Supreme Court rulings in Reno v. ACLU and Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition, essentially made American law different from French law in terms of criminalization of certain aspects of child pornography. While France has tightened its child pornography laws considerably in recent years, the ruling in Ashcroft has given rise to a potential conflict of laws when it comes to international action against child pornography. Furthermore, there is a potential for producers of of virtual or computer-generated child pornography around the world to move their virtual “wares” to servers in the United States because of this country’s greater protection of free speech, including virtual or computer-generated child pornography that is unlawful in other jurisdictions.

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Regulation of Computer-generated virtual Child Pornography under American and French Jurisprudence: One Country’s Protected “Speech” is another’s Harmful Smut. Abstract This paper compared and contrasted the regulation of child pornography in the United States and France. It was found that both countries strictly regulate child pornography. Indeed the laws of both countries were similar until United States Supreme Court rulings in Reno v. ACLU and Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition essentially made American law different from French law in
officials around the world are having a hard time identifying thousands of real children that have been sexually abused videotaped and the images distributed on the Internet. Actually the electronic insertion of an adult-looking person on a real child’s body in a bid to conceal it would probably pass muster under Ashcroft unless law enforcement officials can show which part of the image is real and which is not. Indeed several elements of French anti-child pornography law would now


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