Reuters: A U.S. appeals court on Monday revived a lawsuit brought by members of the adult entertainment industry which challenges federal laws requiring pornography producers to report the ages of all performers.
| Free Speech Coalition v Attorney General, No. 10-4085 (3rd Cir. April 16, 2012) (Before SCIRICA, RENDELL, and SMITH, Circuit Judges. )
Toledo Blade: How long can a computer hard drive be left behind before it is considered abandoned and subject to search by police without a warrant? That was the question before the Ohio Supreme Court Wednesday as it weighed the child rape, child pornography, and other convictions of Dennis Gould . . . | Hat tip: How Appealing for providing a link to the documents, summary of the case, and video of the arguments.
10th Circuit upholds search warrant for child possession based on two year old emails verifying purchase
U.S. v. Burkhart, No. 09-7091 (10th Cir. April 23, 2010)
Internet “on demand” availability doesn’t remove incentive to hoard child porn.
3rd Circuit: Search warrant is not stale where it was based on child porn accessed four months earlier
U.S. v. Vosburgh, No. 08-4702, 2010 WL 1542340 (3rd Cir. April 20, 2010)
Attempt to download, tendency to “hoard,” sufficient basis for child porn warrant.