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As y'all know, I'm addicted to true crime tv shows and news articles. Today I was reading about a case about a mentally ill man who was caught with a stash of child porn. In the article, a U.S. attorney was quoted as saying "Every time someone looks at these pictures, a real child is re-victimized." Without any doubt a real child was victimized when the photos were taken, but I honestly wonder if it is correct to say the person is re-victimized when the images are viewed. If the victim doesn't know who saw the photos or when they were seen, is that person re-hurt?

Poll #16349 Anonymous Re-victimization Poll
This poll is anonymous.
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 5

Is the victim re-victimized every time the photos are viewed?

Yes
3 (60.0%)

No
2 (40.0%)



p.s. Even though the poll claims I can see the detailed results, I won't know who voted what unless the poll-taker tells me how they voted in a comment (and I am the only one who can see the comments).
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Poll #14806 Anonymized Health Insurance Poll
This poll is anonymous.
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 6

Does the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) apply to you?

Yes
4 (66.7%)

No
2 (33.3%)

Did you have health insurance before Obamacare?

Yes
5 (83.3%)

No
1 (16.7%)

Do you have health insurance now?

Yes
6 (100.0%)

No
0 (0.0%)

Does your insurance cost more now (than it did before Obamacare)?

Yes
3 (50.0%)

No
3 (50.0%)

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I have two old cell phones. My previous phone was a red Centro; I have the docking station and cables & all the other hoo-ha that came with it but a recent trip to Sprint revealed that Centros now go for $29.00 rather than the $150 I spent two and a half years ago. The previous phone was even more expensive, but is now four or five years old and isn't web-enabled.

Poll #2685 What should I do with my old cell phones?
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 1


What should I do with my old cell phones

View Answers

Offer them on Freecycle
0 (0.0%)

Donate them to Recycling for Charities
0 (0.0%)

Put them up on ebay
0 (0.0%)

Donate them back to Sprint
0 (0.0%)

Something else (which I will describe in the comments)
1 (100.0%)

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Poll #987 More Internet Music Questions for my flist
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 4

Is free music available over the internet?

Yes
4 (100.0%)

No
0 (0.0%)

By "free," do you mean

completely free & legal to download
4 (100.0%)

free as in "if I download it, I don't have to pay for it"
0 (0.0%)

something else (explain in comments, please)
0 (0.0%)

In one of the P2P trials, a 60-ish man who told the attorneys, "Downloading music is almost like stealing" and "If you go on the internet and get it, you should have to pay for it." Do you think this gentleman is aware that completely free & legal music is available on the internet?

Yes
0 (0.0%)

No
4 (100.0%)

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Poll #861 Test of poll function on DreamWidth
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 4


Are you on DreamWidth

View Answers

Yes
3 (75.0%)

No
1 (25.0%)

Do I know who you are on DreamWidth?

View Answers

Yes
3 (75.0%)

No
1 (25.0%)

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I don't have children but I fear one of my friends is being overly protective of her son. He's the only child she's likely to have and I get that he's extremely important to her. That being given, I have a question. Just in case parenthood makes a difference, I have divided the question, the first set of answers is for parents, the second for non-parents.

Edited after the first two responses:
What I'm looking for is the age at which a normal, healthy child should no longer have a baby monitor turned on in his/her bedroom. If never is a choice, feel free to leave a comment. I'll tally those by hand, later.

Edited again:
Upon further reflection, the question I want answered is "By what age should a baby monitor be removed from a child's room because if it isn't I will think the parent is a nut."

[Poll #1291613]
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I don't have children but I fear one of my friends is being overly protective of her son. He's the only child she's likely to have and I get that he's extremely important to her. That being given, I have a question. Just in case parenthood makes a difference, I have divided the question, the first set of answers is for parents, the second for non-parents.

Edited after the first two responses:
What I'm looking for is the age at which a normal, healthy child should no longer have a baby monitor turned on in his/her bedroom. If never is a choice, feel free to leave a comment. I'll tally those by hand, later.

Edited again:
Upon further reflection, the question I want answered is "By what age should a baby monitor be removed from a child's room because if it isn't I will think the parent is a nut."

[Poll #1291613]
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I don't have children but I fear one of my friends is being overly protective of her son. He's the only child she's likely to have and I get that he's extremely important to her. That being given, I have a question. Just in case parenthood makes a difference, I have divided the question, the first set of answers is for parents, the second for non-parents.

Edited after the first two responses:
What I'm looking for is the age at which a normal, healthy child should no longer have a baby monitor turned on in his/her bedroom. If never is a choice, feel free to leave a comment. I'll tally those by hand, later.

Edited again:
Upon further reflection, the question I want answered is "By what age should a baby monitor be removed from a child's room because if it isn't I will think the parent is a nut."

[Poll #1291613]

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