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  1. #1 Pedophilia, zoophilia, S+M and forensics. 
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    In the UK, I'm led to believe that you need a special license to work on any computer that has pedophilia on it (i.e, pictures and videos) in order to process the evidence.

    I got to wondering about this the other day in relation to the new law against 'extreme pornography' and wondered if there is a license you'd need to work on any computer with bestiality on it?

    What about any S+M contained on the hard drive? (I ask this one because the law is decidedly unclear as to what constitutes 'extreme')

    Who defines what extreme is?

    Is there a level system that is taken into account in courts?

    Any and all information would be welcomed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MHFenix
    In the UK, I'm led to believe that you need a special license to work on any computer that has pedophilia on it (i.e, pictures and videos) in order to process the evidence.

    I got to wondering about this the other day in relation to the new law against 'extreme pornography' and wondered if there is a license you'd need to work on any computer with bestiality on it?

    What about any S+M contained on the hard drive? (I ask this one because the law is decidedly unclear as to what constitutes 'extreme')

    Who defines what extreme is?

    Is there a level system that is taken into account in courts?

    Any and all information would be welcomed.
    Paedophilia,Zoophilia,Bestiality. Its all sick stuff. The law should do more in a way of sentencing these sick people. I think life would not be long enough for Paedophiles. People who purchase films of Paedophilia are Paedophiles. Sex with Animals is just sick. Yet in Denmark its legal. They have some of the most beautiful girls in Europe and they choose to F--k a poor Animal.


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    @angelrose,

    Your reply is actually off-topic. A personal rant on the immorality of sexual deviance is not what the OP was looking for. If you haven't an actual answer or on-topic response, to threads try not to hijack them for personal agenda or redirect them to suit your own emotional perspective.

    Please note, I'm in no way advocating bestiality or pedophilia. I'm simply pointing out that at a science board, we expect to be able to engage in objective, non-emotionally based dialogs and discourse on topics that might have emotional baggage or invoke controversy elsewhere.

    Thank you for your consideration.
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    Old post, but I've a pretty sure guess of how this works.

    You're not going to know there's porn on a computer until you've seen it or found a (blind) checksum match with porn files in police archive. I'm pretty sure the seized computers suspected of containing porn are just sent directly to the people (gals, I suppose) licensed to review this evidence. They might call in a specialist when hacking, decryption or one case I know of) de-Photoshopping is necessary. Otherwise, on a good day all the porn therein would be confirmed by bit-to-bit matching of unopened files (that's 100% positive), and on a bad day they'd be wading through on-screen nastiness and ranking/summarizing it, before archiving it for future file match.
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    I guess the definition of "extreme pornography" would depend on what the laws "reasonable man" would depict as being "extreme"......

    In the same way that the "reasonable man" would define "reasonable force" when it comes to defending ones self.

    My surmise is;.... if you are watching the kind of pornography that you feel too ashamed to have a conversation with your friends / mates about it....then you really should not be watching it ! (whatever that may be!)
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