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To build up on hszmv's answer, the responsibility to age verity is on the operators of the Discord service. But, since the user has made both statements that they are 12 and that they are 18, the other users cannot be certain that they are 13 or older. The prudent thing to do at such point is to demand further age verification from the user. What is lost ...


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Under U.S. Law, 47 U.S.C. § 230 (commonly known as "Section 230") provides immunity for Internet Service Providers from liability for content posted voluntarily by users of an Internet Service Provider. While it doesn't bar criminal prosecutions, those statutes generally require a knowing act and intent to commit it, which an ISP would generally ...


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Criminal liability is triggered by guilty knowledge. The people who run OnlyFans may know in general terms that it is probable that some illegal images exist on their servers, but so does everyone who allows the public to upload stuff. If that was illegal then the senior management of Google and Facebook would be liable to arrest on the same grounds and the ...


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There is really no way to know the answer to this. It might be because Law Enforcement is investigating and building a case. It might be because having investigated, there are flaws in the case so that conviction is not likely. It might be because for some reason law enforcement or the prosecutor's office has given a low priority to the case, but that sounds ...


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