[Published Opinion] The trial court placed defendant on probation for possession of child pornography and imposed a condition prohibiting him from possessing any “pornographic” materials. The Court of Appeal held that the condition is unconstitutionally vague and orders that it be stricken or modified. The court does not rule on defendant’s argument that the condition is overbroad (in that it infringes on his right to possess sexual materials involving adults) but encourages the trial court on remand to consider whether prohibiting defendant from possessing such materials is closely tailored to the interests of public safety and rehabilitation.