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Shilpa Shinde MMS Leak: Watching And Sharing Porn Videos May Land You in Jail



Bigg Boss 11 winner Shilpa Shinde is breaking the Internet, but for wrong reasons. The Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hai actress shared a link of an adult video on Twitter and said that the actress in the film is her lookalike, whose video was circulated in her name in November last year. She wrote, “Plz see this u will get to know. Jinhe koi kaam dhanda nahi hai woh logo ki zindagi iss tarah se barbaad karne ki koshish karte hai. Yeh hai woh original ladki ka video jo Shilpa Shinde Ka MMS leak hua hai, aisa bola ja raha hai. (sic)”

The post didn’t go well with many people including Bigg Boss 11 runner-up Hina Khan and her boyfriend Rocky Jaiswal. The reason behind this is the fact that Shilpa shared the porn video on her social media platform where she is an influencer and has so many followers and also because she was in a way revealing the identity of another girl in a compromising position. Also, there are many laws in India that prohibit pornography in the country and can even land the actress in jail.

Know the about the pornography law in India:

Child pornographic content is illegal

Indian law prohibits child pornography content. However, watching child pornographic videos in private is legal. In 2015,  the Central government of India ordered TRAI and Internet Service Providers based in India to ban domestic and international porn websites. Around 857 porn sites were banned under this. The child pornographic content was then removed from all the banned sites.

Cyber pornography

In India, the laws related to cyber pornography comes under the Information Technology Act, 2000, where it is not prohibited but not legalized either. However, publication and transmission of the pornographic content are completely prohibited.

Section 67A of the Information Technology Act makes publication, transmission and causing to be transmitted and published in electronic form any material containing sexually explicit act or conduct, punishable with imprisonment up to 5 years and fine up to 10 lakhs, proving it to be a grave offence.

 

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