Video Voyeurism Act Of 2002

Congress has been investigating a new bill, Video Voyeurism Act of 2002H.R.3726 Sponsor: Rep Oxley, Michael G.(introduced 2/12/2002) and the Senate version, S.2661 Sponsor: Sen DeWine, Michael(introduced 6/20/2002)
This legislation is to bill to prohibit video voyeurism in the special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the United States. This legislation was important, because it seeks to prevent the images created by video voyeurism to be able to be taken and thereafter posted on the Internet. This legislation imposes criminal liability if this action is committed.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

Have states passed legislation to solve this cybercrime?
Are there specific websites for the dissemination of these illicit photographs?
Is the procedure of upskirting protected by the Constitution?


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