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Action Alert: Ask the DOJ to Enforce the Law

Did you know that existing federal obscenity laws prohibit the distribution of hardcore, obscene pornography on the Internet, on cable/satellite or hotel/motel TV and in sexually oriented businesses or other retail shops? I was once in charge of enforcing these laws for the U. S. Department of Justice and I know how effective they can…


VIDEO: Is Distributing Pornography Illegal? Obscenity Law Explained

Watch Our Latest Video Here: Dani Pinter from the National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s Law Center explains obscenity law and it’s implications for Internet pornography today. All speech is presumptively protected under the First Amendment. However, “obscene pornography” is not. There are large categories of speech that are unprotected, for example child pornography, blackmail, or…


Revenge Porn: Is It Legal?

YouTube star Chrissy Chambers was shocked when people began posting links from a porn site with pictures and videos of her on it. The boy she dated when she was 18 posted sexually explicit images and videos of her on the internet after they broke up; they were taken and posted without her consent or…


WASHINGTON EXAMINER: Justice put on ‘Dirty Dozen’ list of porn promoters

Original Source: Washington Examiner By: Paul Bedard   A key group in the war on sexual violence has named the Justice Department to its “Dirty Dozen” list for failing to enforce existing obscenity law which they claims fosters pornography. Coming just days after a new report showed that porn use among teens and adults is…


Open Letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch and the U.S. Department of Justice

Below is an abbreviation of a letter the National Center on Sexual Exploitation send to Attorney General Loretta Lynch and the U.S. Department of Justice   Dear Madame Attorney General: We are writing the U.S. Department of Justice yet again to express our continuing alarm and astonishment regarding its abject failure and outright refusal to…


PRESS RELEASE: The U.S. Department of Justice Named A Top Facilitator of Sexual Exploitation

Statement by Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of NCOSE Washington, DC – The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has been named by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation as a top facilitator of sexual exploitation of years of the DOJ failure to enforce existing obscenity law. “The U.S. Department of Justice has abandoned its post in…


Anti-porn activists seek enforcement pledge from Loretta Lynch

After waiting in vain for six years for federal action to enforce obscenity laws, anti-pornography activists are eager to hear what attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch plans to do.
“It is our hope that Loretta Lynch will aggressively prioritize and uphold the federal obscenity (hardcore pornography) laws that Attorney General Eric Holder ignored during his six-year tenure,” said Patrick Trueman, president of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, formerly known as Morality in Media.


Dirty Dozen List of Top Sexual Exploiters Announced

National Center on Sexual Exploitation and Morality in Media (MIM) announce the 2015 Dirty Dozen List, a compilation of leading contributors to sexual exploitation in America. The list offers actions that the public can take to persuade the Dirty Dozen to change policies and practices.