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    Child Pornography Case Study

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    A Case of Child Pornography and the Social Context R. v. Barabash, 2015 SCC 29, [2015] 2 S.C.R. 52 was a court case derived from the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench that was appealed to the last court, the Supreme Court of Canada. Donald Barabash, 60 years old at the time, was charged with making child pornography and possession of child pornography while, Shane Rollison, 41 years old at the time, was only charged with the making child pornography (cite). Barabash and Rollison were tried together on the child pornography charges after two teenage girls, aged 14, had been filmed engaging in a variety of sexual activities with Rollison, Barabash and with each other. The social justice issues of poverty and drug abuse paired with unstable bringing…

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    The FBI’s Child Pornography Ring In January 2016, the FBI broke into some of the largest child pornography websites, and instead of shutting them down, kept them running for 13 more days. This delay in closing the website allowed more images to be posted, downloaded, shared, and allowed more people to sign up. By allowing all these criminal activities to continue, the FBI was hoping to take down more even more criminals. This was at least the third time to public knowledge that this tactic…

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    exploitation of children such as child pornography are prevalent all over the world. According to a study by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), they estimated that since 2002, there are 9.6 million images and videos of child pornography on the Internet and millions more such…

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    When I think about paraphilias, the first thing that crosses my mind is inappropriate behavior. The inapproaite behavior that’s expressed is sexul in nature and unusual that normally becomes addictive as time passes (Johnson, 2014). Those who are addicted to child pornography or likes to walk on the beach nude, for example, is committing an act of paraphilias. An act of paraphilia is not always considered a criminal act despite the act. In this case, it all depends on the laws that’s in…

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    Demarees Vs Walmart

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    On Nov 25 2009, the Demarees family was sued by a Walmart employee for the parents’ taking nude photos of their young daughters, who were age 1.5, 4 and 5, and developing these photos in a Walmart in Arizona. The overly ardent employee took these photos to the local police without informing the Demarees family. Therefore the Child protective service (CPS) was notified and their children were put into “Isolated” state custody for about a month. The judge finally decided to return their kids…

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    he was, drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana which caused him to shoot his fourteen-year-old friend in the abdomen. The defendant was now on trial at eighteen years old for being in possession of a firearm, and manslaughter with a deadly weapon. The State of Florida found him guilty on those charges and offered him a plea deal with a sentence of 10 years. He accepted. One magistrate hearing involved a couple that lived-in Iowa but lived in Jacksonville for a couple of months. The father moved…

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    photographs to her – and that they engaged in phone sex— months after his resignation”(Penzenstadler, 2016). And the most recent one which can lead to a felony that “(he) carried on a months-long online sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl during which she claims he asked her to dress up in 'school-girl ' outfits for him on a video messaging application and pressed her to engage in 'rape fantasies '.”(Goodman, 2016) As his sexting messages were publicized, his reputation severely…

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    A First Amendment Junkie’s Argument Pornography is basic human right, according to Susan Jacoby in her article “A First Amendment Junkie”. How does she present a persuasive argument? Well, a good argument requires four things to be successful; it must have logos, ethos, pathos, and a lack of rhetorical fallacies. Susan Jacoby’s argument in “A First Amendment Junkie” is considered successful by most of these standards. She appeals to the reader’s logic by giving evidence to back up her claims.…

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    Anonymouss Are Ethical

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    strengthen security to prevent sidejacking. There was no harm to people and no sidejacking actually happened. From a utilitarian view Butler was ethical which is the view I used for Anonymous. Their ethical, it’s free speech and trying to expose bad people who are the real criminals. Based on the above reasoning, I conclude that Anonymous is looking out for the people showing the corrupt evil of the world and trying to shut it down. No criminals here. The three reasons I discussed prove…

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    Teen sexting has been a controversy for years, due to its legal connection to child porn. The two terms have separate definitions, but can overlap depending on the age of the person sending or keeping the message. The definition of child pornography states that any sexually-explicit picture or message of a minor, consensually given or otherwise, will always be child porn and is subject to a criminal charge. This leaves consensually sexting adolescents in a bit of a bad place. They are at risk of…

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