Introduced Senate Bill (S)

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DIGEST

Human trafficking. Requires manufacturers, sellers, and distributors of Internet enabled devices to install blocking software to prevent the device from accessing: (1) an Internet web site hosting indecent content; and (2) an Internet web site that promotes human trafficking or prostitution. Allows a consumer to deactivate blocking software by paying a $20 deactivation fee and meeting certain other requirements, and provides that: (1) 60% of the fee shall be deposited in the violent crime victims compensation fund; (2) 20% of the fee shall be deposited in the human trafficking prevention and victim assistance fund; and (3) 20% of the fee Human trafficking. Requires manufacturers, sellers, and distributors of Internet enabled devices to install blocking software to prevent the device from accessing: (1) an Internet web site hosting indecent content; and (2) an Internet web site that promotes human trafficking or prostitution. Allows a consumer to deactivate blocking software by paying a $20 deactivation fee and meeting certain other requirements, and provides that: (1) 60% of the fee shall be deposited in the violent crime victims compensation fund; (2) 20% of the fee shall be deposited in the human trafficking prevention and victim assistance fund; and (3) 20% of the fee shall be deposited in the state general fund. Requires the attorney general to monthly compile and transmit a list of Internet web sites to be blocked. ... View more