Uttarakhand High Court on 27th September 2018 passed the order of making mandatory blocking of all pornographic sites. The court in its order refered to notification issued by the Center in 2015 in this regard. A Bench comprising Acting Chief Justice Rajiv Sharma observed:
Though the directions were issued to all the Internet
Service License Holders, but till date, all the Intermediaries
have not followed the same in letter and spirit. The sites are
readily available to the children to view obscene and indecent
acts, including pornography. It was expected from all the
Internet Service License Holders that they would block these
sites to protect the children of impressionable age. The psyche
of the children of impressionable age is also affected, which, at
times, results in commission of crimes. The entire society,
including parents, teachers, and school management is
responsible to safeguard the interest of the children.
From Facebook article of Shri. Pawanji
इस “मजे, की बड़ी “सजा, है….!
रोहिणी अपने पापा की प्यारी सी बेटी थी।2004 में ग्यारहवीं के दौरान पापा ने कम्प्यूटर दिलवाया था।उसमे नेट भी था।एक दिन पापा का कम्प्यूटर नही चल रहा था सोचा रोहिणी वाले कम्प्यूटर में काम कर लूं,…. खोला……………………..
AAP government manifesto in the 2014 Delhi Elections talked about covering Delhi with Free WiFi Services. As more details emerged later it became clear that free in this case meant public websites and websites that deal with governance will be free to access and WiFi will be available in public places only like Markets, Streets etc. Our efforts to make Delhi WiFi Project of the AAP government Porn, Proxy and economic Fraud (PPF) free started as soon as we saw the notification from the Delhi Government inviting public opinion. Continue reading
When people ask this question – is it possible to block online pornography in the whole of India, it begs for some discussion. The genesis of this question comes from the fact that we may stop internet porn on our PC or in our homes but how about all the mobile devices, public hotspots, Wifi locations and other private & public places where this may still be easily accessible! This throws up the question – Why not stop this in the country’s Internet infrastructure itself and save us from this fallacy? Continue reading