PODCAST: #IamJaneDoe and the Indecency of the Communications Decency Act with Documentary Filmmaker Mary Mazzio, Attorney Erik Bauer, and Cybercrime Forensic Expert Frederick Lane

By CHERI ROBERTS for Challenging the Rhetoric

LIVE #CTR Podcast WEDS. July 12 @ 5pPST/8pEST LIVE with “I am Jane Doe” documentary filmmaker, Mary Mazzio, attorney, Erik Bauer, and cybercrime computer forensics expert, Frederick Lane, to discuss Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA), an internet freedom law that provides a safe haven for website publishers to advertise underage children for sex.

Not-for-profit special interest groups funded by companies including Google have supported Backpage.com‘s legal battles and provided expert briefs in support of the site. Why does Congress not act?

 

“These are children who are being raped, yet the whole debate around Backpage has become about the rights of internet companies to not get sued?” says Kubiiki, a mother featured in the film now available on Netflix.

Children are being bought, sold and raped every day, right here in America. This is real and it could be your child next. Do not miss this show. Please share the link widely (auto archives at same link).

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This SHOW’s HASHTAGS:
#CTR #IamJaneDoe #sextrafficking #Google #Backpage#SpeakOutFightBack

No political endorsements. No corporate dollars. No hype. No lies.

LIVE SHOW LINK: http://tobtr.com/10128501

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2 responses to “PODCAST: #IamJaneDoe and the Indecency of the Communications Decency Act with Documentary Filmmaker Mary Mazzio, Attorney Erik Bauer, and Cybercrime Forensic Expert Frederick Lane

  1. Pingback: [Podcast] The Communications Decency Act, Backpage, and Sex Trafficking: Should Congress Take Action? - Frederick S. Lane·

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