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25th May

  Nothing to Hide...


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The case against the UK ban on extreme pornography. By Nick Cowen
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nothing to hide The Adam Smith Institute has just released a new paper by Nicholas Cowen of Kings College London: Nothing to Hide: The case against the ban on extreme pornography.

In it, Cowen makes a robust case against the current prohibition on acts that are legal to perform--and yet not to record--show it to be expensive, dangerous, and illiberal.

The executive summary of the paper reads:

  • The ban on possession of extreme pornography was introduced in 2009 and extended in 2015. The law, as drafted, bans depictions of some sex acts that can be conducted safely and consensually between adults, with a specific risk of prosecution posed to LGBT minorities.
     
  • The Crown Prosecution Service reports more than a thousand offences prosecuted each year, implying significant enforcement costs that could be deployed effectively elsewhere.
     
  • A significant minority of the British population enjoy sexually aggressive fantasy scenarios but do not pose a specific risk of committing violent or sexual offences.
     
  • Access to pornography has increased dramatically in recent years, yet social harms imputed to pornography (especially violence against women) have reduced moderately but significantly.
     
  • While some survey evidence claims a correlation between individual use of pornography and sexual aggression, econometric evidence suggests this is not a causal relationship and that, if anything, increased access to pornography can reduce measurable social harms.
     
  • The ban itself represents a potential risk to political integrity. Like the ban on homosexuality in much of the 20th century, prohibitions on private sexual conduct can be used to silence, blackmail and corrupt individuals in positions of authority and responsibility.
     
  • There are better policies for reducing violence against women in the dimensions of criminal justice, education and economic reform.
     
  • The prevailing free speech doctrine in the United States shows that it is realistically possible to simultaneously tackle damaging forms of expression and maintain strong protections for innocuous forms.

...Read the full paper Nothing to Hide briefing paper [pdf] from adamsmith-private.squarespace.com

 

17th May

 Offsite Article: Searching for blocked searches...

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15th May

  No sanctuary...


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3 year community payback order for possession of dangerous pictures
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scottish courtss logo A former Angus animal sanctuary worker has received a three-year Community Payback Order, which will include a ban on the accused keeping any animal.

He was convicted of the possession of bestiality porn at Forfar Sheriff Court.

The man's home computer was found to contain pictures and videos depicting extreme acts between adults and dogs, cows, pigs and horses. Forfar Sheriff Court.

The collection  was discovered after staff at the animal centre where he worked found a link to a bestiality website on his computer. Police obtained a search warrant and uncovered over 1,000 images and 400 videos of adult males and females involving permutations of sexual acts involving horses, dogs, pigs and cows.

Sheriff Gregor Murray said: The choice for me is between a relatively brief prison sentence and a bespoke community order. The former would serve little purpose.

 

27th March

  Suspended prison sentence...

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Another victim of dangerous bestiality pictures
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HM Courts Service A man has received a 4 month suspended prison sentence for dangerous bestiality images. He also was given a 20-day rehabilitation requirement

The offence came to light when his children, who had been visiting, went home and told their mum they had seen something.

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The Dangerous Pictures Act

The UK Government passed the Criminal Justice & Immigration Act 2008 criminalising the possession of adult, staged, consensual violent pornography with draconian penalties of up to 3 years in prison. The law also bans images of bestiality and necrophilia.

The law applies to England, Wales & Northern Ireland

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2014 Extension to images depicting non-consensual sex

See bill progress at Criminal Injustice and Courts Bill index page: Passed 2nd Reading in the House of Commons

England

The Dangerous Pictures chapter of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 came into force on January 26th 2009.

Government guidance [pdf] has been published to further explain what images are considered dangerous to possess.

See also CPS Extreme Pornography: Legal Guidance

Scotland

A bill was passed in June 2010 to become the Criminal Justice and Licensing (Scotland) Act 2010 [pdf].

The clause came into force on 28th March 2011. Public guidance has now been published by the Scottish Government

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Criminalising Anime Dangerous Cartoons Act

The UK Government introduced a clause in Coroners and Justice Bill to criminalise the possession of non photographic but pornographic images of children with draconian penalties of up to 3 years in prison.

The Dangerous Cartoons clauses are found in Part 2 Chapter 2 of the Coroners and Justice Act 2009 and explanatory notes.

The Melon Farmers have also identified what they consider the key points of the law

The Bill passed into law when it received Royal Assent on 12th November 2009. The Dangerous Cartoons clauses came into force on 6th April 2010. 

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