Beyond Tolerance: Child Pornography on the Internet

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INDEX
Abortion, 6–7, 183
Abpeet (alt.binaries.pictures.erotica.early- teen), 55, 147
Abpep-t (alt.binaries.pictures.erotica.pre- teen): access to, 56, 147, 217; content, 21, 68, 76, 104; description of, 48, 54–57; FAQ, 129, 184, 217; popular ignorance of, 16, 108, 215–16; safety of posting at, 14, 150; scale of, 11, 72
Addiction, 23, 108–109, 141, 239n. 28
Adolescence, 25–27
Advertising, 37–39
Africa, 187, 202
Aftab, Parry, 70, 236n. 6
Age of consent, 26–27, 30, 36, 60
Alabama, 38
Amazon.com, 39, 46
America OnLine (AOL), 47, 49, 56, 144, 146–50, 156, 169, 179
Angelfire.com, 68–69, 166–69, 214
Anti-pedophile groups, 66, 169–75, 179–83, 215. See also Vigilantism
Australia, 75, 78, 155, 169, 190
Austria, 75
Barnes and Noble, 38
Belgium, 75, 190. See also Dutroux, Marc
Best, Joel, 89–90
Black, Robert, 189–90
Boal, Mark, 209–10
Brandeis, Louis, 204
Brazil, 200
Britain. See United Kingdom
Bulletin board systems, 41–45, 47–48, 64–67
Bundeskriminalamt (BKA), 133. See also Germany
Burma/Myanmar, 207
Buruma, Ian, 207
California, 14, 36, 84, 97, 162–63, 187. See also Los Angeles; San Diego; San Jose; Santa Monica
Canada: age of sexual majority in, 26–27; child pornography trafficking in, 78, 192; computer databanks in, 209; legal status of child pornography, 194; police surveillance, 155; technological innovation, 213
Cane, Mike, 41–43, 205–6
Carnivore program, 252n. 17
Carroll, Lewis, 31
Chicago, 44
Child abuse. See Child molestation; Child pornography; Pederasty; Pedophilia; Satanic and ritual abuse
Childhood, definitions of, 25–30, 219–20
Child molestation, 4–5, 128–34. See also Pedophilia
Child pornography: animated, 198–99; history of, 31–35; legal definition of, 18–19, 35–39, 80, 194, 219–20; linkage to molestation, 5, 36, 128–34; profitability of, 33–35, 40, 91, 102. See also Child molestation; Child pornography subculture; Dost test; Pederasty; Pedophilia; Stories, pornographic; Virtual child pornography
Child pornography images. See Hayley series; Helena series; Kata series; Kindergarten series (KG/KX); Laika series; Louisiana series; Lucy series; Marion series; MCLT (“My Collection of Lolitas and Teens”); Natasha series; Tiny Americans series; Vicky series
Child Pornography Prevention Act (1996), 220
Child pornography subculture: as community, 88–91, 180; composition, 33–35, 74–75, 90–93; hierarchy of, 93–96; as “hobby,” 106, 109, 112, 140–41, 181;

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Note on Usage ix
  • Glossary xi
  • One - Out of Control? 1
  • Two - Child Pornography 25
  • Three - Into the Net 52
  • Four - A Society of Deviants 88
  • Five - Moralities 115
  • Six - Policing the Net 142
  • Seven - Vigilantes and Militias 165
  • Eight - A Global Community 184
  • Nine - Where Next? 204
  • Abbreviations 225
  • Notes 227
  • Index 255
  • About the Author 260
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