"Current laws on all forms of pornography and obscenity need to be vigorously enforced," the platform said under a plank titled "Making the Internet Family Friendly." Patrick Trueman, president of Morality in Media, welcomed the adoption of that line in the platform, which added on to wording in previous versions that was limited to voicing opposition to child pornography.

After meeting with one of Romney's top policy aides earlier this year, Trueman believes that a Romney Justice Department would be more aggressive in prosecuting against the distribution of pornographic films to the public — and that should include actions against cable and satellite providers like Comcast and Verizon.

"They violate the law more times per day than most of your biggest porn companies in California because they have those [pay-per-view porn] channels, and every time they rent them, that's a federal violation," Trueman said.

via Group believes Romney administration should prosecute pay-per-view porn – The Hill's Hillicon Valley.

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