Internet pornography is a battlefield in U.S. law. Since the explosion of public interest in the Net in the 1990s, the public, lawmakers, and the courts have argued over how to control online porn. Congress and state legislatures have passed several laws aimed at protecting children from exposure to socalled cyber porn, but the most sweeping of these have often failed to pass constitutional tests.
Jul 22, 2014 · Is It Illegal to Make Pornography in North Carolina? Posted on Jul. 22, 2014, Note, Challenging First Amendment Protection of Adult Films with the Use of Prostitution Statutes, 3 Va. Sports and Ent. L.J. 310 (2004), and Jason North Carolina Criminal Law at the School of Government with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.Author: Jeff Welty.
North Carolina Child Pornography Laws. It is illegal under North Carolina state and federal law to produce, transport, share, receive or possess child pornography. Why? Because images of child pornography are not protected by the Constitution. It is considered a form of child sexual exploitation. In modern times, instances of child pornography.