Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Prevention Act. Provides that it is unlawful to make available a device that makes content accessible on the Internet unless the product contains digital blocking capability that renders inaccessible a website displaying obscene material, defined under the Criminal Code of 2012, and, if sold to a minor, the digital blocking capability is active. Permits the blocking capability to be deactivated if certain steps are undertaken. Provides a remedy if non-obscene material is blocked. Imposes a nominal fee upon devices for which blocking capability is disabled to be remitted to a fund to help the State bear the costs of upholding community standards and of combating sex crimes. Permits retailers to charge a separate opt-in fee for profit. Authorizes the Attorney General or a consumer to seek damages. Provides affirmative defenses and exemptions. Amends the Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act to include the Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Prevention Act within the list of Acts subject to the Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practice Act. Effective one year after becoming law.