Pornography and the Indian law

Abhya Soni
2nd Semester Student of BBA, LL.B,
Banasthali University, Jaipur


India a place with 1.3 billion population, free to do anything, reside anywhere, practice whatever the heart feels like, and then comes a mind mixing place, a social world, a world where it is easier to express about what is happening, what changes you and getting through. On the other place, a world of dark color, where faces are difficult to identify, where revenge becomes so easy and for some money making at a place without identity becomes smooth, which is called a Cyber space, a sense of a social setting that exists.

Pornography and the Indian law

Indecent representation of women means the depiction in any manner of the figure of a woman, her form or body or any part thereof in such a way as to have the effect of being indecent, or derogatory to, or denigrating, women, or is likely to deprave, corrupt or injure the public morality or morals. Similarly, Section 67 and 67A of the Information Technology Act, prohibiting obscene and sexually explicit material respectively.

Keywords: Cyber Space, Cyber Crime, Pornography in India, Child pornography in India, Law and pornography, Indecent representation of women, Information Technology Act

Preferred Citation

Abhya Soni, Pornography and the Indian law, The Lex-Warrier: Online Law Journal (2018) 3, pp. 142 – 146, ISSN (O): 2319-8338

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