Red light, red tape: new laws for sexually explicit imagery
Any photographer who has taken a picture of sexual activity or intends to do so should talk to an attorney. Congress enacted a law five years ago that, with additional regulations from the Dept. of Justice, imposes extensive record-keeping and disclosure requirements on those who deal in certain sexually explicit images The law covers not only photographers, but also publishers and distributors. Violation is a felony. It is necessary to have a copy of a government document having the model's legal name and date of birth.
Publication Name: Aperture
Subject: Arts, visual and performing
Finishing the job in Iraq
Sen. John McCain, a retired naval aviator, former Vietnam War POW, and member of the Senate Armed Services Committee discusses about the military operations in Iraq and use of powers to stabilize the country. He describes that it is very difficult but possible to bring peace and democracy in Iraq.
Publication Name: Air Force Magazine
Subject: Military and naval science
The rise, fall and rise of the fountain pen
Fountain pen collecting has become a tremendously popular hobby since the late 1980s. Though the fountain pen was perfected in 1884, the beautifully crafted oversize pens of the 'golden era,' 1920-1940, are the most sought after, selling for up to $7000.
Publication Name: Americana
Subject: General interest
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