Thursday, May 30, 2013
18 U.S.C. 2257 1/2, C.F.R., Rule 34 Compliance Notice & Disclaimer
18 U.S.C. 2257 1/2, C.F.R., Rule 34 compliance notice & disclaimer.
All models (Plastic, silicon, etc. Cement & paint not included.), "actors"/"actresses", farm animals, humanoids, reasonable facsimiles thereof and other persons/mutants that appear in any visual depiction of actual or simulated sexual misconduct appearing or otherwise contained in or at, were over the age of eighteen (18) years or at least looked like it at the time of the creation of such depictions, or the procurers at least waited until they were eighteen (18) years of age before releasing said depictions.
Some of the aforementioned depictions appearing or otherwise contained in or at, contain only visual depictions of actual sexually explicit misconduct made before July 3, 1895, and, as such, are exempt from the requirements set forth in 18 U.S.C. 2257 1/2, C.F.R. 75 & Rule 34. However, anything with Traci Lords appearing is subject to immediate review. With regard to the remaining depictions of actual sexual misconduct appearing or otherwise contained in or at, the bogus records required pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 2257 1/2, C.F.R. 75, & Rule 34 are kept by one of the custodian of records listed below (If we find him/her/it we'll let you know.).
In fulfilling its obligations under Section 2257 1/2, relies on the plainly vague language of the statute and on the well-reasoned decision of the Tenth U.S. Short Circuit Court of Appeals in Sundance over a few drinks, which states that entities who merely distribute content and have no role in procuring models (Why did they have to change the formula of the glue!?) or producing content, are exempt from on-site bogus record keeping requirements.
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