A recent study published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology found that porn actors are less likely to be prosecuted for violating state laws against obscenity.

The study looked at 6,000 cases involving 8,000 actors, including those who made movies in more than 10 states.

Of those cases, only 6% of the porn actors reported being prosecuted for the use of obscenities, or a mere 1.5%.

The study found that most states had not changed their laws to criminalize the sale or distribution of explicit material, and that the most common type of obscensity was obscenial speech.

It also found that people who committed crimes against performers in the porn industry were often targeted by law enforcement.

“We see a lot of violence against porn performers, even if the perpetrators are minors,” lead author Elizabeth E. O’Connor told Ars.

“The main focus is on the adults, but we see some violence against adult actors, too.”

Eighty-two percent of the study participants were male, and nearly half were under the age of 25.

Of the adults who had committed crimes, 46% were men and 30% were women.

In addition to the general decline in criminal justice, the study found a strong link between the prevalence of adult-related crimes and the amount of porn being watched.

“When you’re talking about a lot more adult content, you’re getting into a very high risk environment,” Econometrician and co-author Daniel Bierman told Ars, noting that the study focused on porn actors, rather than people who watch more adult material.

The researchers also noted that the number of people prosecuted for making movies that were made in the United States increased significantly during the 1980s and 1990s.

“I don’t think that’s a coincidence,” said Biermann.

“There were more adult actors in the adult industry than there were adult viewers.

We saw this in the 1980’s, and we saw it in the 1990’s.

The porn industry’s very much a white-collar industry, and there were a lot fewer people in the field, so they weren’t getting arrested, and so on.”

While the researchers believe that the increase in prosecutions of porn actors could have a lot to do with the popularity of online porn, they also note that many of these cases involve people who are already in prison, and could be prosecuted even if they did not sell porn.

This makes the authors think that perhaps the rise in the number and severity of online pornography may have made the legal system more reluctant to pursue porn offenders.

“It is a concern that people might be arrested for making online porn.

They might not have to pay a fine or go to jail,” said O’Brien.

“So if you make something that’s illegal online, it’s really difficult to prosecute, and it’s hard to bring charges against people who were making that content.

I think that may have played a role in some of the recent declines.”