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dragonfly5

join:2012-09-04
reply to vue666

Re: Boy in chains appears at door

Prosecuting the "demand" side doesn't really work. The drug war taught us that. Besides, if I stumble onto an awful website and accidentally download something illegal, I'm going to jail for life? That's ripe for abuse.


vue666
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LebBlanc wasn't only downloading he was making the crap as well...using kids as young as 2 years of age...


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reply to dragonfly5
said by dragonfly5:

Prosecuting the "demand" side doesn't really work. The drug war taught us that. Besides, if I stumble onto an awful website and accidentally download something illegal, I'm going to jail for life? That's ripe for abuse.

It certainly works with a large enough sample set of a user's online activities to form a psychological profile. People don't 'stumble' onto the same images using specific keywords in the search engine or requesting certain .torrent files.