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Is Comcast Violating Federal Obscenity Law?

Comcast Corporation is an established telecommunications company that produces various services from cable TV, to High-Speed Internet, and more. Comcast is also a large distributor of hardcore pornography through Xfinity TV. But is Comcast breaking federal law by selling this material? People often assume that hardcore, or obscene, pornography is simply “free speech.” However, as…

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Video: The Freedom from Sexploitation Agenda Presented by NCOSE Staff

Watch Our Online Conference With Policy Recommendations for President Trump and Congress Here: NCOSE is a nonpartisan organization and does not endorse any political figures. We look for every opportunity to advance the cause of human dignity and to combat sexual exploitation. America is suffering from systemic sexual exploitation, and until now the federal government…

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National Catholic Register: Sessions Says Obscenity Cases Should Be ‘Vigorously Prosecuted’

Trump attorney general pick said smut should ‘continue to be effectively and vigorously prosecuted in the cases that are appropriate.’ National Catholic Register. Matt Hadro/CNA/EWTN News WASHINGTON — The new nominee for U.S. attorney general has said that he would “vigorously” enforce obscenity laws, a move which one expert described as a step forward in…

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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…

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Comcast Refuses to Remove Racist and Exploitive Pornography

To Comcast, valuable ‘customer choice’ means promoting and selling videos glorifying themes of incest, racism, sexism, prostitution, and exploitation. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation sent a letter [Trigger Warning: explicit pornographic film titles offered by Comcast listed within the letter] to Comcast executives to bring their attention to this issue and to inform them that…

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No, It’s Not Your 1st Amendment Right to “Talk Dirty” to a Child: NCOSE Filed Brief Before Georgia Supreme Court

READ OUR BRIEF HERE Criminal laws must be updated to adapt to the new Internet community. Like any other community the Internet is a place for business, relationships, dating and unfortunately criminal activity, including the sexual exploitation and abuse of children. This is why the National Center on Sexual Exploitation has filed an amicus brief…

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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…

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NCSE Demands that New A.G. Enforce Obscenity Laws

National Center on Sexual Exploitation puts pressure on the Senate Judiciary Committee to secure commitment from Loretta Lynch Washington, DC – National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCSE) sent a letter, signed by over 100 group leaders, urging the Senate Judiciary Committee to ensure that Attorney General nominee, Loretta Lynch, makes a commitment to enforce federal…

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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.

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Senators ask Holder for more pornography prosecutions

Politico April 7, 2011 “In a letter sent to Holder earlier this week, 42 senators encouraged Holder instruct prosecutors and FBI agents to counter what the lawmakers called “the growing scourge of obscenity in America.” Anti-pornography activists have noted with alarm that, under President Barack Obama, the Justice Department has not filed a single new obscenity case…

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