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Not in Mississippi: New Pornographic Regulation

Mississippi now

regulates pornographic media exposure to children in K‑12 and state agencies by: requiring a vendor or other person or entity providing digital or online resources or databases under the authority of this section to have safety policies and technology protection measures that prohibit and prevent a person from sending, receiving, viewing or downloading materials that are: child pornography; materials that depict or promote child sexual exploitation or trafficking; obscene materials, as defined in this act; inappropriate materials depicting or dealing with matters of sex, cruelty and violence in a manner likely to be injurious or harmful to a child; or materials that are sexually oriented; and block, or otherwise prohibit and prevent, access to.

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