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Porn ban by the Govt. of India finds support from some celebs

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There is nothing unofficial about it. The Government of India has banned access to at least 857 websites it considers pornographic. By order no. 813-7/25/2011-DS (Vol.-V), the department of Electronics and Information Technology has asked the Department of Telecom to notify internet service providers to block access to 857 URLs, under the provision of Section 79(3)(b) of the Information Technology Act, 2000 as the content hosted on these websites relate to morality, decency as given in Article 19(2) of the Constitution of India.

What some celebs think about this ban. Here is a glimpse.

Hanif Hilal: “Well the government is trying to formulate something that will shape the future of the young ones. And it’s the small little things that goes on to grow and define out one’s personality. Banning porn is one of the measures they think will help. Though it’s important to think about the adults and the grown-ups as well. Porn is a medium for many to satiate their burning desire of a sexual encounter. Banning it will only stir them towards something else. Because the inner desire has to be satiated and I worry that the less educated and high testosterone level men will seek other means which may not be so pleasant and non-intrusive.”

Ashmit Patel: “The ban on porn has to be seen in the right light. My understanding is that the ban is to curtail the use of young children in porn which is quite rampant. If the ban reduces this disgusting exploitation of young kids, then I am all for it, even if it does take away the pleasure from the few who enjoy watching adult content. It’s for the greater good. If we can’t protect our children, then we really need to rethink where we are headed as a society.”

Mahika Sharma: “Government step towards porn was fine. Everything have a positive side and negative as well. Banning it will lead to love making, not banging someone. Also government should ban men ogling, leering, brushing past, groping, molesting, abusing, humiliating and raping women. Let’s not manage or interfere peoples’ private lives at the same time, we should keep in mind that Government don’t have any personal issues. But decision was taken for the coming India, the youth India. At the same time how government will manage that DVDs and CDs are not supplied!”

Luv Sinha: “Porn being banned is not something that affects me or is something that restricts me in a negative manner. I’m sure our government must have a reason to do so”

Harsh Vardhan: “I think the porn ban is a very regressive step taken due to pure ignorance which is surprising, looking at the sensibility and calibre of our decision makers. In my opinion this will lead to more sexual frustration among men in our country, which unfortunately may amount to an increase in the rate of molestation or rape.”

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