Officials in Utah are taking a public stand against pornography. Utah Gov. Gary R. Herbert said he will sign two new pieces of legislation aimed at the porn industry. The first labels porn “a public health hazard leading to a broad spectrum of individual and public health impacts and societal harms,” adding that it “equates violence toward women and children with sex and pain with pleasure, which increases the demand for sex trafficking, prostitution, child sexual abuse images, and child pornography.” However, despite the strong language, the new resolution doesn’t have any enforcement or banning mechanisms, and is meant as a public awareness message.

The second piece of legislation is specifically aimed at people who view and own child pornography. It says that technicians must report to law enforcement any time they find child porn on the job, and that Internet service providers will not be criminally liable if proper reports are made to police.