DoJ Wants Porn Star Registry

First they came for Titan and Ford…

The new rules, proposed under the Adam Walsh Child Safety and Protection Act, would require blue-movie makers to keep photos, stage names, professional names, maiden names, aliases, nicknames and ages on file for the inspection of the department’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section. “The identity of every performer is critical to determining and ensuring that no performer is a minor,” according to the new proposal. The adult film industry plans to challenge the new rule as a violation of the First Amendment, said Paul Cambria, a lawyer for Hustler and other adult film companies. He sees it as a way to harass legitimate stag-film producers. “If they can’t get you for obscenity, they’ll get you for violating record-keeping,” he said. Such a violation would carry a five-year penalty.

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  1. Brandon

    What about amateur home made porn? Are they supposed to register too? Ahh hell, why don’t they just register everybody and put a barcode on their cocks.

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