In this Note, the author describes the United States and international child pornography markets. The author demonstrates how the United States Congress, judiciary, and law enforcement agencies have addressed the child pornography problem at the national and international level. In addition to the United States efforts to address this problem, the Netherlands, Denmark, and Thailand--who have all exported child pornography to the United States--have taken steps to curb the flow of child pornography. National and international child pornography markets continue to flourish, however, and the author concludes that more steps to eradicate child pornography are necessary. Finally, the author describes recommendations made by the United Nations and other non-governmental organizations to eradicate the world child pornography market.
Can We End the Shame?--Recent Multilateral Efforts to Address the World Child Pornography Market,
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