Obscenity law in doubt after jury acquits distributor of gay pornography
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Obscenity law in doubt after jury acquits distributor of gay pornography

London : United Kingdom | Jan 07, 2012 at 8:05 AM PST
Source: The Observer
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Michael Peacock at Southwark Crown Court during the case, brought under the Obscene Publications Act. Photograph: Lewis Whyld/PA It was the law used in the controversial prosecution of Lady Chatterley's Lover . Now the Obscene Publications Act, which came into force in 1959, appears to be on its last... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer
 
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