lunes, 1 de marzo de 2010

NSW to legislate against 'child porn' artists. Australia, Arte si Pornografía infantil NO!

En una trascendental desición que revisará la legislación sobre los artistas que aprovechan la delgada línea entre el Arte y la pornografía infantil; las leyes Australianas se pondrán al día en la lucha contra el abuso sexual, el cual parece estaba inundando las ciudades australianas; Bill Henson, Will McBride", y otros productores de pornografía infantil que se camuflaban en el perfecto disfraz de "artistas", serán perseguidos por la ley!
By David CIA-P:
Se refiere a los australianos para cambiar las leyes del Estado de Nueva Gales del Sur para que "el mérito artisico" ya no puede ser utilizado como defensa de fotos de niños desnudos!
Fuente Original (Ing) sbs.com au
10 January 2010 12:32:52 PM Source: Agencies, SBS Staff

An overhaul of NSW child pornography laws will mean painters and photographers will no longer be able to rely on a defence of artistic merit .
Nearly two years after police raided Melbourne artist Bill Henson's contentious exhibition, the NSW government will legislate to force artists to account for their works, The Sunday Telegraph says.
A working party set up by the government in the wake of the 2008 controversy over Henson's child exhibits has recommended the artistic-merit defence be struck out.
The Sunday Telegraph says Attorney-General John Hatzistergos strongly supports the move, and the government is expected to legislate when parliament resumes next month.
Mr Hatzistergos will on Sunday release the recommendations by the NSW Child Pornography Working Party, set up after the Henson furore.
The group, comprising Department of Public Prosecutions, police and Legal Aid representatives, was instructed to draw a clear line between pornography and art.
Its report, delivered to the Government on Friday, recommends art not be a consideration when reviewing images thought to be pornographic.
Mr Hatzistergos said the proposed laws would cover the production, distribution and possession of child pornography.
"The fact that it is art cannot be used as a defence. The report recommends that once such material has been found to be unlawfully pornographic, whether or not it is intended to be art is irrelevant," he said.

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