Skype Counts as Computer Depiction in Sex-Abuse Case

, The Legal Intelligencer


Interactions and images relayed over the Internet-based telecommunications system Skype are considered to be "computer depictions" under Pennsylvania's child pornography laws, the state Superior Court has ruled.

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