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June 11, 2008

SENATE CONSIDERS BILL REQUIRING TECHNICIANS TO REPORT CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

The Michigan State Senate took testimony regarding a bill which if passed, would require computer technicians to report any child pornography they find on a client’s computer. According to a Michigan news source, the bill will be introduced along with testimony from Dan Tomaszewski, whose Georgetown Township-based Computer House Calls reported child pornography found last year on a client’s computer, despite there not being a law requiring such action. Although there are no Michigan laws requiring computer...

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June 10, 2008

PENNSYLVANIA SUPREME COURT TO DEFINE “CONTROL” OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

A Delaware County, Pennsylvania man is challenging his conviction of “sexual abuse of children by possession and control of child pornography” by disputing the criminal statute’s definition (or lack there of ) of “control”. Anthony Diodoro admittingly viewed thirty images of child pornography on his computer, but argued that he did not save the images to the hard-drive and therefore neither possessed, nor controlled the images. Rather, the files were discovered in Mr. Diodoro’s web browser’s cache...

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June 2, 2008

PENNSYLVANIA MAN SUCCESSFULLY CHALLENGES STATE’S “MEGAN’S LAW”

An anonymous defendant successfully challenged Pennsylvania’s Megan’s Law statute and was found not to be subject to its community notification provision. The man, convicted of sexually assaulting an eleven year-old girl in New Jersey, was sentenced to five years probation and parole supervision for life. In the sentencing report, the judge found defendant was unlikely to repeat such offense and that this incident was likely the result of intoxication. The man chose to serve his sentence in Pennsylvania in accordance with the Interstate...

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