Porn ban outrage in India

Porn Ban is costing the Govt to the extent of an outrage on social media. There are several tweets and post saying it is nothing but talibanisation of India. The Govt of India earlier filed a petition in the Supreme Court to ban porn sites but SC on the ground that it is spreading social nuisance. Banning 857 porn sites on ground of morality was like inviting an outrage from people who have been so much hooked on to porn as their part of life, That is why as per the most popular porn websites Indian ranks 5th as per the number of users who view the sites every day.

 

As per the Government of India pornography leads to sexual crime and by banning on the pornography sites the evil produced through them will be blocked. Things got worse as the media, social media, and people showed outrage. To combat that the telecom ministry on behalf of the Govt assured that the ban is permanent but partial. It has also ordered the ISPs (Internet service providers) to allow the websites that do not have child pornography.

Representatives of ISPs are now in worried situations as there is no such mechanism to filter child pornographic content from the ocean of Urls of porn sites. As per the dynamic nature of the URLs there is no much way to block the links having child pornography, hence the ban still exists until a solution is found.



Section 19 (2) of the Constitution which allows the Government to ban such sites on the ground of decency and morality. Pornography is undoubtedly a social evil. Rampant spread of its evil appears in form of sexual crime and violence all over the world. Internet is a free resource through which you get into a virtual world and connect to it. It is a smart age and the children of our country live in smart internet age, they know how to access the internet but they really can’t judge what to access and what not to access. Pornography has so pronounced effect throughout the world that western countries have no control over teenage pregnancy. Pornography does not promote love rather it promotes a more physical form of pleasure that mostly teens may misunderstood as love.

Every citizen of the country should practice restraint and this ban perhaps teaches India restraint.

By Dipti Prasad Padhi

By : | Category : News| Sub Category : India News|Date : August 05,2015

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