Humbach Podcast on “Sexting and the First Amendment”

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My colleague John Humbach has a podcast here discussing many of the issues he raises in his article, Sexting and the First Amendment, 37 Hastings Const. Law Q. 433 (2010).  Here’s a description of the podcast:

Sexting is a new phenomenon that is growing exponentially each day. Join Prof. John Humbach and Prof. Bridget Crawford, both from Pace Law School, discussing Prof. Humbach’s article, titled “Sexting” and the First Amendment, as Prof. Humbach explains the First Amendment and the implications of teenagers engaging in creating, sending, receiving and possessing sexually explicit images. Prof. Humbach writes that “[g]iven the reality of changing social practices, mores, and technology utilization, today’s pornography laws are a trap for unwary teens and operate, in effect, to criminalize a large fraction of America’s young people.” 

Playing time is approximately 15 minutes.  Downloadable here.  

-Bridget Crawford

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