david and paul, y'all owe <tip>s... i don't fault you for those responses, however, you just owe... gary, you should check locally to see what statutes that club faces in its zone... i've seen zoning restrictions applied to sites... for instance, does the zoning allow wet-t-shirt contests? and if so, under what restrictions (not in public, age check, etc.)? as a baseline, start there... using the examples above, the web could be considered public, so require some hoops to get to the info, ask ages, etc... and then fly it by a lawyer friend if you are concerned... you could also push the responsibility back on the club owner and ask them for direction and to sign papers waiving you of all responsibility so they can't come after you for asking you to do it... after all, they should be the experts on the legality for that issue... > From: David at softv.net > > darn, why don't I ever get projects like that? [...] > From: Paul Backhouse [mailto:paul.backhouse at 2cs.com] > > I am unsure about this but I would be interested in the url of the > website - sheerly for research purposes :-) [...] > -----Original Message----- [...] > A client of the company I work for is a night club. They will be > having a wet t-shirt contest and would like pictures of it on their > site. This brought up obvious concerns about current internet laws > regarding potential nudity. > > Does anyone know what Federal or New Hampshire Laws there may be > pertaining to this, or a good place to look for this info.