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Jump to navigation Skip navigation. You can help us fight back — and win. An Arizona law passed during the state's legislative session criminalizes the display, publication, and sale of images fully protected by the First Amendment.
Jump to navigation Skip navigation. A bookseller who sells a history book containing an iconic image such as the Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph "Napalm Girl," the unclothed Vietnamese girl running from a napalm attack, could be prosecuted under this law. A library lending a photo book about breast feeding to a new mother, a newspaper publishing pictures of abuse at the Abu Ghraib prison, or a newsweekly running a story about a local art show could all be convicted of a felony. How am I supposed to know whether the subjects of these photos gave their permission? But the law, Arizona Revised Statutes Section , criminalizes far more than these offensive acts. A prosecutor need not prove that the person publishing the photograph intended to harm the person depicted. Likewise, a person who shares a photograph can be convicted of a felony even if the person depicted had no expectation of privacy in the image and suffered no harm. The law applies even when the person in the picture is not recognizable. The law is so broad and vague that it could send people to prison for sharing material that is fully protected by the First Amendment. The lawsuit also claims that the nude photo law is unconstitutionally vague and violates the Commerce Clause of U.