Porn banned, what about rape? #Nextban

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A porn ban in India might not work in the absence of sex education. For crime continues to live in our heads and of course there are proxy sites to work around.

Porn banned in India

Are we really nipping it in the bud? 

A virtual network or a proxy network will bring about a lot of privacy. It might actually teach us Indians a bit about privacy and security on the Internet.

Where did that come from? Well, if you need your daily dose of some harmless porn, and if you happen to be within the geographical boundaries of India, you will now have to work it around using VPNs or torrents or proxy servers. The Indian government has pronounced that the children of the country are going haywire over the three-lettered word. Therefore, full with parental instincts, India has blocked free access to 857 porn sites.

How difficult will it be for a nation that has produced the best of the Information Technology professionals, to find a “jugaad for porn?”

The Indian apex court, Supreme Court, had earlier expressed concern over child pornography. With this step, the telecom companies operating in India will have to block these banned websites.

The Twitterati is lambasting the government over this crackdown on porn sites calling it a dent to freedom and liberty.

Interestingly, the new Modi government in India will not be able to take all the credit. Concerns over increasing crime rate against women in the country continues to haunt the nation and this nation wants to know, “Why ban porn before banning rapes?”

Interestingly, Sonam Kapoor, considered to be one of the most outspoken Bollywood personalities, has gone on to call the Indian government “idiot”.

Chetan Bhagat, an Indian author started a new debate on how the government needs to tackle a bigger issue at hand such as eve teasing, molestation and rapes.

Is India going the right way? What do you think?

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