The terms “pornography” and “sexually explicit” images or material, as used in two of the minor’s probation conditions, are unconstitutionally vague and do not provide fair warning about the prohibited conduct, nor permit the juvenile court to intelligently determine if any of the conditions has been violated. The Court of Appeal modified the conditions to reference “materials depicting obscene matter as described in Penal Code section 311, subdivisions (a) and (b).”