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17 men in Florida charged with internet crimes

This blog recently discussed the serious nature of internet crimes. A total of 17 men were recently arrested in a nearby Florida community for soliciting sex from children via the internet. Authorities reported the child sex sting involved undercover detectives posing as underage children online and talking with individuals in both chat rooms and via instant message.

Charges of internet crimes require a strong defense

Internet crimes were not something that was around several decades ago but can carry potentially serious consequences for individuals accused of committing them. As is true of all criminal allegations, accusations and charges, individuals accused of committing internet crimes have important legal protections to be familiar with. Because criminal allegations and charges can threaten an accused individual's freedom, it is important to understand the protections in place through the criminal justice system for accused individuals.

Building a strong criminal defense case under the Communications Decency Act, P.2

Last time, we began looking at the Communications Decency Act and the immunity it offers to website owners whose pages are used to engage in human trafficking and other crimes. As we noted, the federal law does currently protect website owners from the illegal activities or communications of website users, but immunity doesn’t apply when the website owner violates federal law.

Building a strong criminal defense case under the Communications Decency Act

In our last post, we mentioned some of the criticisms against a proposed amendment to the Communications Decency Act. The measure, known as the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act, proposes to remove protections for websites where sex trafficking advertising occurs, and allows for prosecution of individuals and businesses suspected of violating the law.

Critics of internet law amendment say measure is overly broad, counterproductive

In an effort to target a website that is accused of accounting for a high percentage of child sex trafficking reports in the United States, lawmakers are currently pushing an amendment to the Communications Decency Act known as Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act. The bill would allow for easier criminal prosecution of those who operate websites that have been used for sex work advertising.

Youtube star faces child pornography charges, up to 15 years in prison

We’ve been looking in recent posts on this blog at the issue of sexting, and the consequences minors can face for becoming involved in this activity. As we mentioned last time, sexting can result in serious charges on its own, but charges can really become serious when minors are depicted engaging in sex acts.

Strong criminal defense important in fighting charges of sexting, child pornography

One of the unfortunate realities of easy access to Internet and electronic communications is that there is more opportunity for young people to get in trouble. This is particularly true when it comes to “sexting,” which has become a rather common occurrence among teens in Florida and across the country.

Work with experienced attorney to defend against cyberstalking charges, P.2

Previously, we began looking at the topic of revenge porn and the expectation of privacy revenge porn laws seek to protect with respect to sexually explicit images. As we noted, revenge porn laws are not universally supported because, in the view of some critics, they codify an unreasonable expectation of privacy in the digital age and encourage people to relinquish discretion in sharing explicit images with others.

Work with experienced attorney to defend against cyberstalking charges, P.1

The ubiquity of mobile phones and other portable electronic devices, not to mention the Internet, have opened up a whole world of possibilities in terms of communication and sharing of information. This is certain good in many respects, but there are also potential dangers with respect to privacy.

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