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NCMEC • Missing Children Alerts

Missing: DAPHNEY MALDONADO (TX) (Wed, 12 Sep 2018)
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Missing: ARIEANNA DAY (VA) (Wed, 12 Sep 2018)
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Missing: KAIA FINA (CA) (Sun, 09 Sep 2018)
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U.S. Attorney's Office • Project Safe Childhood

Massena Man Sentenced to 30 Years for Child Pornography Offenses (Fri, 21 Sep 2018)
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Colonie Man Charged with Sexually Exploiting a Child (Fri, 21 Sep 2018)
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Saratoga Springs Man Admits Receiving Child Pornography Over Encrypted Messaging Application (Fri, 21 Sep 2018)
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Former Clay County High School Teacher Arrested And Charged With Distribution Of Child Pornography (Fri, 21 Sep 2018)
Jacksonville, Florida – United States Attorney Maria Chapa Lopez announces that Christopher Shawn Potter (age 49, Jacksonville) has been arrested and charged by criminal complaint with distributing child pornography. Potter faces a minimum mandatory penalty of 5 years, and up to 20 years in federal prison. He had been detained pending a hearing on September 26, 2018.
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Ex-Sacerdote Extraditado De Marruecos Para Hacer Frente A Cargos Federales De Abuso Sexual De Menores En Nuevo México (Fri, 21 Sep 2018)
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PEW Research Center • Internet, Science and Tech

How Teens and Parents Navigate Screen Time and Device Distractions (Wed, 22 Aug 2018)
Roughly half of U.S. teens say they spend too much time on their cellphones, and two-thirds of parents express concern over their teen’s screen time. But parents face their own challenges of device-related distraction. The post How Teens and Parents Navigate Screen Time and Device Distractions appeared first on Pew Research Center: Internet, Science & Tech.
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Most Americans Accept Genetic Engineering of Animals That Benefits Human Health, but Many Oppose Other Uses (Thu, 16 Aug 2018)
Americans' concerns about animal biotechnology focus on risks to animals, humans and the ecosystem. The post Most Americans Accept Genetic Engineering of Animals That Benefits Human Health, but Many Oppose Other Uses appeared first on Pew Research Center: Internet, Science & Tech.
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Public Views of Gene Editing for Babies Depend on How It Would Be Used (Thu, 26 Jul 2018)
Americans are more likely to anticipate negative than positive effects from widespread use of gene-editing technology The post Public Views of Gene Editing for Babies Depend on How It Would Be Used appeared first on Pew Research Center: Internet, Science & Tech.
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Global Legal Monitor

Crimes Against Children

United Kingdom: Cliff Richard Wins Privacy Case Against BBC and South Yorkshire Police (Tue, 11 Sep 2018)
(Sept. 11, 2018) On July 18, 2018, Sir Cliff Richard OBE was awarded £210,000 (about US$270,360) in general damages after the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) was held liable for infringing his privacy rights over the filming and broadcast of a search of his UK property by South Yorkshire Police (SYP) in relation to allegations of […]
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Japan: Age of Adulthood to Be Lowered to 18 in 2022 (Thu, 30 Aug 2018)
(Aug. 30, 2018) The Diet (Japan’s Parliament) passed an act in June 2018 to amend the Civil Code and other laws (Act No. 59 of 2018, KANPOU [OFFICIAL GAZETTE] Extra Ed. No. 132, at 6 (June 20, 2018), National Printing Bureau website (in Japanese)) to lower the age of adulthood to 18 (CIVIL CODE, as […]
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Brazil: State of Rio de Janeiro Enacts New Law for the Support of Victims of Rape (Wed, 11 Jul 2018)
(July 11, 2018) The State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, has enacted a Law to create a program for the support of victims of rape in the state. According to article 2(§ 1) of Law No. 8,007 of June 26, 2018, the testimony of the female victim and the information collected in the health unit […]
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Human Trafficking

Malaysia: Border Security Agency Act Comes into Force (Thu, 11 Jan 2018)
(Jan. 11, 2018) On December 29, 2017, the Malaysian Border Security Agency Act 2017 came into force. (Malaysian Border Security Agency Act 2017 (Act 799) (AKSEM Act), e-Federal Gazette website; Hashini Kavishtri Kannan, All-New AKSEM Act Comes into Force Today, NEW STRAITS TIMES (Dec. 29, 2017).) The Act, which was passed by the Parliament in August 2017, establishes […]
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Israel: Law Authorizes Court to Restrict Access to Internet Sites in Order to Prevent Criminal Activity (Tue, 10 Oct 2017)
(Oct. 10, 2017) On July 17, 2017, the Knesset (Israel’s parliament) passed the Law on Authorities for the Prevention of Committing Crimes Through Use of an Internet Site, 5777-2017 (Law on Authorities) (SEFER HAHUKIM [BOOK OF LAWS, official gazette, SH] 5777 No. 2650 p. 1040, available at KNESSET NATIONAL LEGISLATION DATABASE (in Hebrew).) The Law […]
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Italy: Measures to Fight Against Illegal Immigration Bolstered (Wed, 29 Mar 2017)
(Mar. 29, 2017) On February 18, 2017, new legislation on the fight against illegal immigration entered into effect in Italy. (Decree Law No. 13 of February 17, 2017, Urgent Provisions for the Acceleration of International Protection Procedures and for the Fight Against Illegal Immigration (D.L. No. 13), NORMATTIVA (in Italian).) More Efficient Handling of Non-EU […]
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Child Abuse

United Kingdom: Cliff Richard Wins Privacy Case Against BBC and South Yorkshire Police (Tue, 11 Sep 2018)
(Sept. 11, 2018) On July 18, 2018, Sir Cliff Richard OBE was awarded £210,000 (about US$270,360) in general damages after the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) was held liable for infringing his privacy rights over the filming and broadcast of a search of his UK property by South Yorkshire Police (SYP) in relation to allegations of […]
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Brazil: State of Rio de Janeiro Enacts New Law for the Support of Victims of Rape (Wed, 11 Jul 2018)
(July 11, 2018) The State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, has enacted a Law to create a program for the support of victims of rape in the state. According to article 2(§ 1) of Law No. 8,007 of June 26, 2018, the testimony of the female victim and the information collected in the health unit […]
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Germany / European Court of Human Rights: Caning of Children Justifies Withdrawal of Parental Authority (Thu, 19 Apr 2018)
(Apr. 19, 2018) On March 22, 2018, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) unanimously held in the cases of Tlapak and Others v. Germany and Wetjen and Others v. Germany that the withdrawal of the applicants’ parental authority did not violate article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), which grants the […]
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