New York Times: Pornography and an Issue of Restitution

From Wednesday’s New York Times:

When Amy was a little girl, her uncle made her famous in the worst way: as a star in the netherworld of child pornography. Photographs and videos known as “the Misty series” depicting her abuse have circulated on the Internet for more than 10 years, and often turn up in the collections of those arrested for possession of illegal images.

Now, with the help of an inventive lawyer, the young woman known as Amy — her real name has been withheld in court to prevent harassment — is fighting back.

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1 Reply to "New York Times: Pornography and an Issue of Restitution"

  • James R. Marsh
    February 4, 2010 (10:34 am)

    Check out the blog BoingBoing for the rare intelligent online discussion of this issue from the street.