Child Pornography and the Internet

October 26, 2012

As police agencies across North America continue to develop sophisticated techniques for detecting child pornography distributors on the internet, one wonders how easily the younger members of the family might carelessly post or send images which land them on the wrong side of the law. Do those pictures posted by your teenage daughter on Facebook or re-tweeted by your son qualify as child pornography? Since ignorance of the law is no defence, it’s your responsibility know the answer if you want your family to avoid an embarrassing investigation and potential prosecution. Read the rest of the article at Kids Around Canada.

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