Pornographer Sentenced to Four Years

The pornography industry in the U.S. received a strong warning this week when pornographer Ira Isaacs was sentenced for four years for violating federal obscenity laws, a case that proves that in spite of little support for upholding these law by the Obama Administration, existing law is strong enough to win convictions.

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Library Prefers to Protect Porn Viewers Rather Than Filter Smut

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS

Instead of blocking obscene material from public computers, a library in San Francisco decided to “fix” the problem by providing hoods over the screens to enable porn-viewers to indulge in smut without offending others.

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SCOTUS About to Hear Biggest Broadcast Indecency Case in 40 Years

By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Staff Journalist

As the nation grows increasingly horrified by the blatant improprieties being shown on prime time television these days, the Supreme Court is about to hear arguments in what many are calling the most important case concerning broadcast indecency in 40 years.

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New Website Helps Citizens Rid Porn from Local Libraries

By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Staff Journalist

A new website has been launched by Morality in Media, in conjunction with the War on Illegal Pornography, that is aimed at educating the public about the dangers of allowing pornography to be viewed in public libraries and what can be done to stop it.

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This Week Dedicated to Educating Public About Harm of Pornography

By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Staff Journalist

This week is the annual “White Ribbon Against Pornography” (WRAP) week during which citizens are urged to help raise awareness about the harm of pornography and the need to enforce obscenity laws to curb the proliferation of smut online and in our culture.

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