South Korean police launch crackdown on child pornography
July 31, 2012
On Monday, Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency launched a nationwide crackdown on child pornography.
The cyber crime investigation team said that they will strengthen
monitoring of activities relating to child pornography, including
production, trade and distribution of obscene materials.
Downloading sexually explicit material from online storage services
and peer to peer (P2P) sharing software are included in the activities
subject to the clampdown.
"People can be punished for distributing or holding pornography featuring minors," an official said.
"(We will) intensify the monitoring of the circulation of child
pornography online and step up information-gathering activities."
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