To eliminate child pornography.


Child Pornography Elimination Act of 2007 - Amends the federal criminal code to: (1) impose a mandatory minimum prison term of two years for possession of child pornography and increase to 15 years the maximum prison term for such crime; (2) increase fines for the intentional failure of Internet service providers to report online child pornography and to impose a new fine for negligent failure to report; (3) make it a crime to knowingly access with intent to view child pornography; (4) prohibit conspiracies to commit human trafficking crimes; (5) expand and make mandatory restitution for certain child sex offenses; (6) include production of child pornography within the definition of "illicit sexual conduct" for purposes of the crime of transporting minors with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity; and (7) make the prohibition against sex trafficking of children applicable to prosecutions of child pornographers and repeat offenders.

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