Offences against modesty of a natural person and minor

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Offences against modesty of a natural person and minor

Unread postby Admin » Tue Aug 01, 2017 6:13 am

Offences against modesty of a natural person and minor

(1) Whoever intentionally and publicly exhibits or displays or transmits any information which
(a) Superimposes a photograph of the face of a natural person over any sexually explicit image or video or
(b) Includes a photograph or a video of a natural person in sexually explicit conduct or
(c) Intimidates a natural person with any sexual act or any sexually explicit image or video of a natural person or
(d) Cultivates entices or induces a natural person to engage in sexually explicit act
Through an information system to harm a natural person or his reputation or to take revenge or to create hatred or to blackmail shall be punished with imprisonment or a term which may extend to give years or with fine which may extend to five million rupees or with both.
(2) Whoever commits an offence under sub section (1) with respect to a minor shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to seven years and with fine which may extend to five million rupees.
Provided that in case of a person who has been previously convicted of an offence under sub section (1) with respect to a minor shall be punished with imprisonment for a term of ten years and with fine.
(3) Any aggrieved person or his guardian where such person is a minor may apply to the Authority for removal destruction of or blocking access to such information referred to in sub section (1) and the Authority on receipt of such application, shall forthwith pass such orders as deemed reasonable in the circumstances including an order for removal destruction preventing transmission or or blocking access to such information and the Authority may also direct any of its licensees to secure such information including traffic data.
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