Mugshot Legislation Has Been Passed In The State Of Missouri

JEFFERSON CITY

Legislation has been passed by the Missouri House of Representatives that attempts to crack down on commercial websites that post police mug shots of people and then demand money to have them removed.  The house unanimously passed the bill that would require websites to delete photos for free within 30 days of a request.  Those who don’t could be charged with a misdemeanor.  Supporters of the measure say many people whose booking photos are posted are not charged with crimes, but must pay to have the pictures removed.  The bill would not apply to certain organizations such as news media.

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