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Detective Eve Stautz

Jan 14, 2008, 12:38:18 AM1/14/08
over loudspeakers at the hapless victims:



War #3 - Child Pornography
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"There were children watching this program. They were exposed
to full frontal nudity and irresponsible sexual activity."
---Rep. Tom Coburn (R-OK), criticizing "Schindler's List."

* NYC 1996: The FBI "investigates" ads on the sides of city buses
* for child pornography. The ads are by Calvin Klein.

The FBI is dizzy from bus fumes.

"Child porn" is one of the great "law enforcement concerns" about
cryptography. The FBI has groused that encryption has stymied prosecutions.

Let us take into consideration actions by the government because of
their "law enforcement concerns" on child pornography.

They have raided private homes and seized computer equipment after monitoring
Internet traffic and spotting regular people browsing WWW/USENET clicking on
an article they CAN'T SEE UNTIL THEY CLICK ON IT which contained nude pixels
representing children.

Out of fear that child-molesting child pornographers might encrypt these
files, even pro-cryptography legislation has 'using cryptography to commit
a crime gets you an additional five years'.

What happens with a five year prison clause?

Well, let's say the person clicked on what turned out to be child pornography.

So they click on something else and that wipes it off the screen.

It's still sitting in their browser's cache.

* "Man Arrested After Retrieving Child Pornography by Computer"
* The New York Times, May 19, 1995
* A Los Angelos man has been arrested on charges of possessing child porno-
* graphy that he obtained over the Internet. His Internet traffic was under
* surveillance because he placed an ad seeking an "open relationship" with
* couples interested

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