Justices consider: Must those who view child porn pay millions in damages?

Pittsburg Post-Gazette

The court is being asked how to apportion responsibility for compensation in child pornography cases when there are numerous defendants. First, the justices must determine whether the act of simply viewing child pornography directly causes enough injury to trigger mandatory restitution called for in a 1994 federal law; the law requires restitution for pornographers whose crimes caused "proximate harm."

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