Re: England's take on cyberporn
On Mon, 31 Mar 1997, Serena Fenton wrote:
> Evidently Britian is taking their own stand on pornography on the
> Internet. This seems a bit intriguing considering the tittilating
> photos the Brits love to run on page 2 of their newspapers, plus the
> fact that their court system holds someone guilty until proven innocent,
> I believe.
In British law the burden of proof is on the initiator of the action. If
the state prosecutes someone, then the state must prove the accused
guilty. If a subject files suit in a civil case, then the person filing
must prove their case. So, their burden of proof is the same as ours.