S. 295 is directed at victims of sexual exploitation (i.e. child pornography) and other instances of child abuse. This bill would change the federal criminal code to expand the definition of "full amount of the victim's losses" to include mandatory restitutions for:
- medical services,
- physical and occupational therapy or rehabilitation,
- lost income for the victim's lifetime,
- plus any losses suffered by the victim from any sexual act or conduct during the production of child pornography depicting the victim.
This legislation also outlines guidelines for the restitution values for victims of specified child pornography offenses. It also outlines payment in the case of one or multiple offenders. A year after enactment, the Attorney General would be required to report to Congress on the success of getting restitution for victims.