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Morality in Media Targets ASACP’s Letter to Congress

XBIZ April 1, 2011 “ASACP earlier this week sent a letter to Congress and state Attorney Generals offering a counterpoint to the anti-porn, phone-in and letter-writing campaign that is part of the “War on Pornography” being orchestrated by special interest groups such as MIM. The groups are demanding Internet censorship and Congressional interference with Constitutionally-protected…

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MIM Blasts ASACP For Defending Adult Companies

Adult Video News March 31, 2011 “In a letter distributed to members of Congress by the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP), the group states that Congress does not need to prosecute illegal adult pornography producers and distributors under existing laws because ‘they are not involved in obscenity’,” declared the MIM press release titled,…

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Porn industry fights anti-obscenity laws, claims porn isn’t ‘obscenity’

Life Site News March 31, 2011 The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) announced yesterday the launching of a lobbying effort to oppose enforcement of anti-obscenity laws. The ASACP is an association of internet porn sites who claim to support efforts to protect children from viewing pornography, as well as the elimination of child…

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Coalition Urges Gov’t to Enforce Obscenity Laws

Charisma Magazine March 31, 2011 A former leader of U.S. Department of Justice prosecutions against the porn industry on Wednesday dispelled claims by a front group for that industry that they do not distribute illegal material. In a letter distributed to members of Congress by the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP), the group…

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Pornography-Front Group Asks Congress to Choose Between Families and Pornography

Christian Newswire March 30, 2011 In a letter distributed to members of Congress by the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP), the group states that Congress does not need to prosecute illegal adult pornography producers and distributors under existing laws because “they are not involved in obscenity.” “Nothing could be further from the truth,”…

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