Tag Archives: 2014

Kansas House Bill 2496

Kansas H.B. 2496 would change the scienter requirement from “knowingly” to “recklessly” with regards to displaying and distributing materials that are considered “harmful to minors.” It is a companion bill to S.B. 401.

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Kansas Senate Bill 401

Kansas S.B. 401 would change the scienter requirement from “knowingly” to “recklessly” with regards to displaying and distributing materials that are considered “harmful to minors.” It is a companion bill to H.B. 2496.

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Louisiana House Bill 258

Louisiana H.B. 258 would require any website that publishes material “harmful to minors” on the Internet to require an “age verification system” to access the material.

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Massachusetts Senate Bill 168

Massachusetts S.B. 168 would create a commission to study video games that allow a player to simulate severe battery or killing.

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Minnesota House Bill 1940

Minnesota H.B. 1940 would require any publisher to remove an arrest photo if the person was not convicted of the crime. If the person was convicted, the bill would require publishers to limit the information associated with the photo. It is a companion bill to S.B. 1863.

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Minnesota Senate Bill 1863

Minnesota S.B. 1863 would require any publisher to remove an arrest photo if the person was not convicted of the crime. If the person was convicted, the bill would require publishers to limit the information associated with the photo. It is a companion bill to H.B. 1940.

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Mississippi House Bill 1

Mississippi H.B. 1 would bar the electronic dissemination to a minor of “sexually oriented material” that goes beyond the Miller/Ginsberg test.

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Missouri House Bill 1665

Missouri H.B. 1665 would require any website to remove an arrest photo if the person was not convicted of the crime.

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New Hampshire House Bill 110

New Hampshire H.B. 110 would require anyone who witnesses an instance of illegal animal cruelty to livestock or poultry to turn over visual evidence to law enforcement authorities within 24 hours.

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New Hampshire House Bill 1144

New Hampshire H.B. 1144 would require any website to remove criminal record information and the arrest photo if the person was not convicted of the crime.

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