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Should Government Ban Revenge Porn?

As with all laws criminalizing speech, revenge porn laws may violate the First Amendment. Back in June, the Electronic Frontier Foundation criticized California’s bill, saying, “It also criminalizes victimless instances. And that’s a problem with the First Amendment.” The ACLU initially voiced concern that the law could be used to censor photos with political implications or containing evidence of a crime.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013
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