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Vulgarity and profanities do not per se amount to obscenity: SC [Read Judgment]
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Vulgarity and profanities do not per se amount to obscenity: SC [Read Judgment]

Supreme Court rules that vulgarity and profanities alone do not constitute obscenity, emphasizing freedom of speech over criminalization.

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Manipur Violence: Anticipatory bail granted to man who shared WhatsApp image of half-naked woman draped in National Flag Judiciary
Manipur Violence: Anticipatory bail granted to man who shared WhatsApp image of half-naked woman draped in National Flag

Karnataka High Court grants anticipatory bail over a WhatsApp image linked to Manipur violence, highlighting legal debates on freedom and dignity.

Merely watching child porn not offence under POCSO and IT Act: Madras HC bats for proper education against Gen-Z “porn addiction” [Read Order] Judiciary
Merely watching child porn not offence under POCSO and IT Act: Madras HC bats for proper education against Gen-Z “porn addiction” [Read Order]

Merely downloading or watching child pornography on one’s personal electronic device is not an offence under the POCSO Act and the IT Act, the Madras High Court recently ruled. The Court also highlighted the grappling issue of “porn addiction” among the Gen-Z.

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