I think you're on thin ice unless you're an actual producer of porn. There are many legalities to follow.
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Production of pornography is also regulated by statute. There are licenses, testing, registration, etc.
By putting a camcorder on the dresser you're not beating the system.
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Please get an entertainment lawyer for an in-depth consultation and do this correctly and be mindful of the 1st Amendment to the U.S.A. Constitution.
There are many California porn laws including but not limited to labor laws such as work hours. Then there are county regulations such as the condom laws. In California porn talent could soon be required to wear goggles to prevent exposure to bodily fluids, and producers would have to pay for medical visits and Hepatitis B treatments, under a new set of safety procedures recently released by the state Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board (Cal/OSHA). This is only the tip of the iceberg. As you can see in regard to cost, there is a lot more to it than buying a camera.
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No. If you are looking to produce legal porn, there are many avenues you must go through. If you're just trying to beat a prostitution case, this won't do it.
I think you will need proof. Sounds like you are looking for a trip to the slammer!
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