Findlaw: The appellate court, however, agreed with the First and Tenth Circuits that downloading images and videos containing child pornography from a peer-to-peer computer network and storing them in a shared folder accessible to other users on the network amounts to distribution under federal law. | U.S. v. Richardson IV
Deseret News: The Utah law sought to make website operators or content providers liable for any material that the state deems harmful to minors. | Opinion: Florence v. Shurtleff, No. 2:05-cv-00485-DB-SA
U.S. v. Bynum, No. 08-4207, 604 F.3d 161 (4th Cir. May 5, 2010)
People v. Eames, 3274/2009, Supreme Court, New York County (Feb. 3, 2010)
Internet Service Providers are not “arm of law enforcement” when they forward detected child pornography to National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.