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 Under Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012 (POCSO) 

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The POCSO law penalizes using a child for pornographic purposes. However, Article 13 of the law has explained everything that constitutes the use of a child for pornographic purposes. The child is said to have used the child for pornographic purposes for sexual gratification purposes through any type of medium, whether printed or electronic, regardless of whether it was for dissemination or simply for personal use. It includes depicting a child's sexual organs, the indecent portrayal of a child, and a child's participation in real or simulated sexual activities where penetration is not an essential requirement.  

 

Section 14 of the POCSO Act punishes any person who commits a crime u / s 13 with a prison sentence of at least 5 years and a fine AND if the person is convicted again for the same crime, they will be punished with a prison sentence of at least 7 Years and a fine. The offense of using a child for pornography in connection with the offense set out in sections 3 or 5 or 7 or 9 of the practice of the pornographic act is punished in addition to section 4 or 6 or 8 or 10 of section 14 In addition, Section 15 of the POCSO Act provides for punishment for storing or possessing pornographic material in which a child is involved in three different situations: First, it is punishable if the material was passed on to commit child pornography with a minimum penalty of 5000 rupees, and if such an act is repeated, it will result in a fine not less than rupees. Second, if the storage or possession has been made for display or distribution, the penalty is imprisonment for a period that can be extended to 3 years, or a fine, or both; However, storage would be exempt from this offense. if it was carried out in court for the purpose of reporting or use as evidence; If the pornographic material is obsessed with the intention of using it for commercial purposes, the person will be punished with a prison sentence, the duration of which is between 3 and 5 years, or a fine, or both. And if the same thing is done again, the penalty would be anywhere from 5 to 7 years in prison and a fine. Under the Indian Criminal Code of 1860, the Indian Criminal Code does not deal directly with child pornography but prohibits the display of obscene material to young people under Section 293.  


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Under the Indian Penal Code, 1860 

 

In this context, a young person would be a person under the age of 20, therefore a person u / s would be sanctioned become. 293 of the Code if he/she shares, distributes, displays, sells, or rents obscene material (as discussed in Section 292 IPC) to youth. The offender would be punished with a prison term of up to 3 years and a fine of Rs. However, in 2000, on the first conviction, it would face a prison sentence of up to 7 years and a fine of Rs 5,000 on a second conviction. Collecting, searching, downloading, promoting, promoting, exchanging, distributing, recording, etc., of material in an electronic format that depicts sexually explicit activities by minors and the formation of online relationships with minors through sexually explicit and abusive acts punishes the child online. The punishment provided that u / s 67B was 5 years in prison and fined ten lakh rupees for the first conviction and 7 years in prison and a fine of ten thousand rupees for a second conviction.  


Effect of child pornography market during COVID 


COVID shutdown in child pornography market The Indian Child Protection Fund (ICPF) report released in April 2020 reported that child pornography consumption in India has increased by 95%. This data was cited from 'Pornhub', one of the largest porn websites in the world. During the lockdown due to the spread of COVID-19, almost all schools, universities, and offices have been closed. The work and studies were done online, so the number of hours people spent on the internet increased sharply. There is no doubt that in addition to using the internet for academic purposes, children are exposed to all aspects of this advanced digital technology when you spend so much time on it. But while exploring the internet, these innocent children have no idea about the sexual predators that roam around to hunt them down. And the reason these people are targeting children is none other than the growing demand for child pornography, as we discussed earlier. During the period of imprisonment, all kinds of people including pedophiles, child molesters, child rapists, etc. have spent their time surfing the internet much more than usual, as can be seen from the fact that there was a shoot-in. 


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