Arizona radio station tells listeners how to 'hide' child porn

CNN)For the past two years, a radio station in a small Arizona city has been playing a public-service announcement that advises users of child pornography on how to escape police detection.

The PSA tells people with child porn to store it on a specific type of computer hardware and "hide it where nobody will ever find it." It goes on to give more details about how to avoid arrest, ending with: "A public service message from the CAVE 97.7 FM."
The station, KAVV in Benson, does not have a large coverage area, and the PSA -- created by station owner-operator Paul Lotsof -- initially aired after midnight. But still, somehow nobody seemed to notice or complain -- until now.

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