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Legal Information: Hawaii
707-759 Indecent electronic display to a child
(1) Any person who intentionally masturbates or intentionally exposes the genitals in a lewd or lascivious manner live over a computer online service, internet service, or local bulletin board service and who knows or should know or has reason to believe that the transmission is viewed on a computer or other electronic device by:
(a) A minor known by the person to be under the age of eighteen years;
(b) Another person, in reckless disregard of the risk that the other person is under the age of eighteen years, and the other person is under the age of eighteen years; or
(c) Another person who represents that person to be under the age of eighteen years,
is guilty of indecent electronic display to a child.
(2) Indecent electronic display to a child is a misdemeanor.
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