An 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel has unanimously struck down part of a federal law prohibiting the offering or advertising of material presented as child pornography, saying the provisions were too broad and vague.

The section that the court struck on Thursday had expanded child pornography to include images that were not necessarily sexual images of children but either were innocuous images of children or digitally altered images of adults to make them look like children.

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