National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law
Computer Searches and Seizures, with Emphasis on Child Pornography Cases (October 7-8, 2013)
Additional source materials
A. 50 State Stutory Surveys (Thompson Reuters/West October 2012)
B. Clancy, The Fourth Amendment Aspects of Computer Searches and Seizures: APerspective and a Primer, 75 Miss. L.J. 193 (2005)
C. Child Pornography Offenses Are a Valid Diagnostic Indicator of Pedophilia (Ray Blanchard, July 2005)
D. The ‘Butner Study’ Redux: A Report of the Incidence of Hands-On Child Victimization by Child Pornography Offenders (Michael L. Bourke and Andrews E. Hernandez, December 2008)
E. What You Must Know to Help Combat Youth Bullying, Meanness, and Cruelty (danah boyd and John Palfrey, February 2012)
F. Child Molesters: A Behavioral Analysis For Professionals Investigating the Sexual Exploitation of Children (Kenneth V. Lanning, Former Supervisory Special Agent Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Fifth Edition 2010) LINK ONLY:
G. National Plan to Prevent Child Abuse (Developed by the National Coalition to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation)
H. 50 State Statutory Surveys (Thompson Reuters/West, September 2010)
I. 2009-2012 Sexting Legislation (National Conference of State Legislatures, August 2012)
J. Obscenity and Child Pornography as Categories of Unprotected Speech (Thomas K. Clancy, 2011)
K. Viewing Child Pornography (National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse/National District Attorneys Association, June 2012)
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