Federal appeals panel upholds computer

Federal appeals panel upholds computer child-porn law

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has become the third federal appeals court to uphold a federal law expanding the definition of child pornography to include computer-generated images of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct - even if the images only appear to be of a minor.

I understand that the whole "kiddie porn bad" because of the exploitation of child. But it seems as if the "Moral Majorities" are streaching things way to far.

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