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Private Use Defence to Child Pornography Considered by Supreme Court of Canada

A person charged with possessing or making child pornography can raise what is known as a "private use exception" as a defence.  The limits of this defence were recently considered by the Supreme Court of Canada in the case of R. v. Barabash.

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