Morality in Media

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Formed in 1962, Morality in Media is a U.S. organization that "works to inform citizens and public officials about the harms of pornography and about what they can do through law to protect their communities and children," and works to maintain what they term standards of decency on TV and in other media. It also operates the National Obscenity Law Center, a collection of obscenity law, and the website obscenitycrimes.org, for citizens to report obscenity.