The definition of obscenity has changed over the last century. It currently is material that depicts sexual conduct that examined in entirety is both offensive and titillating with no literary, artistic, political or scientific value. Selling, making or displaying obscenity can be punished. Child pornography is not necessarily obscenity but is still punishable under federal law. Federal law requires libraries receiving federal funds to prevent minors from accessing pornography on library computers. Erotic dancing enjoys some First Amendment protection. Indecency is not obscenity: it can’t be banned but can be time, place and manner restricted.