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Garzilla

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Most FBI Files are as simple as "This guy had a drug charge once when he was in college, not worth our time, but if he does something big, we can use that info perhaps"

True but not the case for me, although I have no reason to believe there is much derogatory in mine, if any.

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I doubt that I would have an FBI file, ive never even been so much as pulled over. Actually an officer asked for my license ad registration once but he hadnt pulled me over. My truck had stalled halfway through an intersection and i was able to coast through and get over to the side of the road. My alternator had died and my battery was dead, so after he punched me in, I called my dad and had him give a jump start so i could make it another mile to my house. So yeah, the government leaves me alone. No tickets either:)

Crimes and crime related data is not he only thing that they might keep in a file. Certain activities that are not necessarily unlawful might also make it to such a file. Then there are the details that would be dragged up in certain background checks, this would be in an FBI file. Again, not a big deal especially if the subject of the background check was given the clearance. There are lots of reasons these files are created.
 

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Well if acting like a child is illegal then everybody must be arrested cause even the most respected adult will have childish moments
 

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Well if acting like a child is illegal then everybody must be arrested cause even the most respected adult will have childish moments

Yep, that's the point. It is not illegal to act like a child.
 
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I've had the police go through my place about 3 different times, with everything pretty much on display (padding, toys, restraints, clothes etc) Not a word was said about it, although the did steal my cannabis :(

Since it's basically a paraphilia (love, obsession interest or whatever in various inanimate objects) I should think its officially treated as no different to somebody having a thing for shoes, socks, or perhaps something obscure like pine cones.

In the grand scheme its not hugely different to somebody being attracted to people of the same sex, only the attraction is to whatever harmless legal inanimate object.

As a result I'd imagine that all the statutes in place to protect gay people against homophobia would apply in exactly the same way to a pine cone fetishist, or infantalist which is why they wont even go there.

Sadly however there is all the negative press, thanks to the minority of people with fetish's who go out and commit sex crimes, which if related to the fetish will always attract the media on account of its weirdness, which causes bad publicity, and associates fetish's with crime. And as a result I'd imagine people like us, and places like this will probably be monitored pretty closely by the authorities. Which for the time being is fine, but everyone should always be mindful of the fact that laws can change, and societies can and sometimes do become less liberal. For example within the lifetime of the generation before me, people were imprisoned or worse in the UK just for being gay.

So whilst they keep an eye on us, we would probably be wise to keep an eye on them too.
 

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Thank god the tracking cookies are banned from the EU without the direct approval of persons.

They get around this by the little popup when you enter a website which says something like "This website uses cookies to enhance your experience. If you do not want to accept these cookies click here (link to complicated opt-out procedure). By continuing, you agree to accept these cookies."
 

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Thank god the tracking cookies are banned from the EU without the direct approval of persons.

You think that stops sites from doing it anyway? You clearly have not been on all of the internet my friend.
 

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Ilegal... why ??? I normally search for females 25 - 50 years old without condition of diapers...
 

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I am pretty sure that "simulated child pornography" is meant to refer to such things as cartoons, photoshops, cgi, and other means to produce child pornography without using real children. It has nothing to do with ABDL at all because ABDL has nothing to do with child pornography.
 

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It's illegal in Australia as far as I know.. we have some overzealous porn laws but they are rarely enforced.

from wiki:

Restrictions on the "X18+" category of videos were tightened[15] in 2000 including the restrictions on portrayal of fetishes, and of actors who appear to be minors, including women with a small bra cup size, after failed attempts by the Howard government to ban the category entirely, and then replace it with a new "NVE" category which would have had similar restrictions.

Yes, women who are B cups and under can be seen as "underage" and as such *may* be removed from magazine pages/etc. It's hilarious in some respects given that women with smaller breasts are frequently paranoid about their body image and now there's a legal justification for them to be paranoid ;)

Aaah. The old Howard government. How I miss you.

EDIT: see first paragraph: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_pornography_laws_in_Australia
 

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its a free country

By that simple logic it makes anything acceptable, you can still be a free country and have certain things be illegal and while being an AB/DL is not one of those things (currently) there are laws pertaining to pornography and diaper porn could be seen as child porn in some countries with stringent definitions on what constitutes it. Remember, we're an international board and not all of us are based in the US.
 

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It's illegal in Australia as far as I know.. we have some overzealous porn laws but they are rarely enforced.

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Yes, women who are B cups and under can be seen as "underage" and as such *may* be removed from magazine pages/etc. It's hilarious in some respects given that women with smaller breasts are frequently paranoid about their body image and now there's a legal justification for them to be paranoid ;)

Aaah. The old Howard government. How I miss you.

EDIT: see first paragraph: Child pornography laws in Australia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I didn't quite believe this at first, but after doing some research you appear to be correct. Furthermore, a pornographic parody of The Simpsons was ruled to be child pornography. That is beyond crazy, in my opinion, although the defendant *only* got a fine, and not the 10 years sentence that he could have gotten. I wonder if he had to register as a sex offender.
 

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I wonder if he had to register as a sex offender.

Perhaps, apparently in some US states you have to if you're caught urinating in public so it wouldn't be a stretch to say this guy also had to register.
 

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My experience with US law is that lots of laws end up on the books that RARELY get enforced, unless they have a specific target whom they wish to throw the book at, usually when they find one's actions particularly offensive. it's not necessary states, but actually individual municipalities and/or counties seem to have more sway than even the state level.
Child pornography is child pornography, simulated or not, its wrong in my eyes. Fortunately with AB/DL, its an actual rarity

as far as sex offender registration, It does vary from state to state, I have a friend who has to register wherever he goes for indecent exposue, though the incedent occurred at Blacks Beach in CA, while technically known as a public beach, was assumed for years to be a nudist beach... he happened to get caught by an over zealous police officer
 

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LOL Bebehuey. You should look http://www.dumblaws.com. It always a hoot to read. Like It is considered an offense to open an umbrella on a street, for fear of spooking horses or It is illegal to sell peanuts in Lee County after sundown on Wednesday.

I think the only one people who should be worried about the fbi is when you check sites that illegal in there country. I bet a few people who are on disability. It not person it just there so many who fake a disability. So they tend to check them out.
 
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