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Etude sur la pornographie pénalement prohibée

Abstract : Any sexuality's image isn't a criminal offense. It's criminal only if it's pornographic and if, either it represents a minor, or it may be seen or viewed by minors. The notion of pornography should be understood narrowly: it necessarily involve the representation of a sexual act that includes a direct sexual organ, that is to say a penis, a vagina, or anus. Other representation escapes punishment, regardless of its use. The prohibited act may be justified by the freedom of expression (set up in justificatory fact) without that the image (representation or message) loses its pornographic nature. Will not be criminally responsible the person who will do anything prohibited if there's an artistic or scientific character or a legitimate public information.
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Julie Leonhard. Etude sur la pornographie pénalement prohibée. Droit. Université Nancy 2, 2011. Français. ⟨NNT : 2011NAN20007⟩. ⟨tel-01749078⟩



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