PERAN POLISI DALAM MENGATASI PEREDARAN MATERIAL PORNOGRAFI DIWARNET

PUTRA, ARIA ROSINDRA ARSIBIONO (2009) PERAN POLISI DALAM MENGATASI PEREDARAN MATERIAL PORNOGRAFI DIWARNET. S1 thesis, UAJY.

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Abstract

Pornography is derived from the Greek word porno, meaning prostitutes, and the word graphs. Academic institutions for ""pornography study"" adopt its definition to include the depiction of actual sexual contact and of lascivious exhibition. Over the past few decades, an immense industry for the production and consumption of pornography has grown, with the increasing use of the VCR the DVD, and the Internet, as well as the emergence of social attitudes more tolerant of sexual portrayals. Performers in pornography are referred to as pornographic actors. Amateur Pornography has become widely popular and generally distributed via the Internet for free. Pornography may use any of a variety of media, ranging from printed literature, photos, sculpture, drawing, painting, animation, sound recording, film, video, or video game. However, when sexual acts are performed for a live audience, by definition it is not pornography, as the term applies to the depiction of the act, rather thanthe act itself. Thus, portrayals such as sex shows and striptease are not classified as pornography. In most countries Police considered and treated pornography differently, both culturally and legally, from depictions of nudity in art or photography. The Internet has also caused problems with the enforcement of age limits regarding performers and subjects. In most countries, males and females under the age of 18 are not allowed to appear in porn material, but in several European countries the age limit is 16, and in Denmark it is legal for women as young as 16 to appear topless in mainstream newspapers and magazines.This material often ends up on the Internet and can be viewed by people in countries where it constitutes child pornography, creating challenges for lawmakers wishing to restrict access to such materi. In Indonesian forced compliance into the making of said materials, inducing minors to perform such acts could be charged under the Electronic Information and Transaction Law, specifically Article 1, Section 27, regarding the distribution of pornographic material, which carries a maximum sentence of six years imprisonment and or fines up to Rp 1 billion.

Item Type: Thesis (S1)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Pornography, Internet Cafe, Police
Subjects: Ilmu Hukum > Peradilan dan Penyelesaian Sengketa Hukum
Divisions: Fakultas Hukum > Program Studi Ilmu Hukum
Depositing User: Editor UAJY
Date Deposited: 08 Jul 2013 10:39
Last Modified: 08 Jul 2013 10:39
URI: http://e-journal.uajy.ac.id/id/eprint/2814

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