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  The Act provides for a separate section 67B for protecting children from being depicted in an explicit manner. Child Pornography has been exclusively dealt with under Section 67B. Depicting children engaged in sexually explicit act, creating text or digital images or advertising or promoting such material depicting children in obscene or indecent manner, etc., or facilitating abusing children online or inducing children to online relationship with one or more children, etc., come under this Section. ‘Children’ means persons who have not completed 18 years of age, for the purpose of this Section. Punishment for the first conviction is imprisonment for a maximum of five years and fine of ten lakh rupees and in the event of subsequent conviction with imprisonment of seven years and fine of ten lakh rupees.

Janhit Manch & Ors. v. The Union of India:

The petition sought a blanket ban on pornographic websites. The NGO had argued that websites displaying sexually explicit content had an adverse influence, leading youth on a delinquent path. Here the Court refrained from interfering with its opinion and directed that if any website’s content appears to be derogatory or immoral, then the complainant may file a complaint and proceed according to the provisions of the Act.
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