CLARIFICATION ON UTAH’S ‘PORN WARNING’ LAW

CLARIFICATION ON UTAH’S ‘PORN WARNING’ LAW

CLARIFICATION ON UTAH’S ‘PORN WARNING’ LAW In March, the State of Utah passed a law requiring anyone distributing ‘obscene’ material in Utah to affix a warning label — and, in the case of streaming video, a five-second pre-roll —warning potential viewers of the...
STATEMENT ON UTAH’S PORN WARNING LAW

STATEMENT ON UTAH’S PORN WARNING LAW

The Utah legislature is attempting to pass a new law, HB243, that would require all obscene material distributed in the state to come with a five-second warning label stating that such material “may damage or negatively impact minors.” Anyone who does not comply can...
ON UTAH’S ‘PORN LABELING’ BILL (HB243)

ON UTAH’S ‘PORN LABELING’ BILL (HB243)

A proposed bill in the Utah legislature would require adult content to carry a warning attesting to the alleged dangers of viewing, or face a $2500 fine. The bill is unsupported by scientific facts, and very clearly unconstitutional. The Supreme Court has ruled...