AP: Child pornography victims can recover money from people convicted of viewing their abuse without having to show a link between the crime and their injuries, a federal appeals court ruled Monday. | In re: Amy Unknown (For the reasons above, we reject the approach of our sister circuits and hold that § 2259 imposes no generalized proximate cause requirement before a child pornography victim may recover restitution from a defendant possessing images of her abuse)
Goppelt v. Ascension Parish Council, No. 2009 CA 1698, 2010 WL 1946670 (La. App. May 13, 2010)
5th Circuit: Crime of “producing” visual depiction of the sexual exploitation of a minor includes transmission via webcam
U.S. v. Nichols, No. 09-30487, 2010 WL 1286846 (5th Cir. March 30, 2010)
Crime of “producing” visual depiction of the sexual exploitation of a minor includes transmission via webcam.