Records-Keeping Rules for Adult Entertainment Industry Ruled Constitutional
Apparently, because sex is scary
PHILADELPHIA — The federal statutes that mandate performer record-keeping for adult entertainment producers are constitutional under the First Amendment, U.S. District Judge Michael Baylson ruled Thursday.
Baylson also said that the statutes, 18 U.S.C. §§ 2257 and 2257A, are constitutional under the Fourth Amendment, except for in one regard – "the allowance of inspections at the residences of producers, without prior notice, cannot be justified on this record."
"The court has concluded the government largely succeeded in defending the constitutionality of the statutes," Baylson said.
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