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What is pornography and what does our Constitution have to do with it? The right to privacy and to receive information is a fundamental right as much as expressing ourselves. This episode of The Longest Constitution looks at how consuming pornography in the privacy of our homes, is constitutional, but sending sleazy messages to other people is not.
Sonali Verma, ‘Route 67: How the IT Act’s Section on Obscenity is Being Misused to Violate Digital Freedom’: ( https://thewire.in/gender/victorian-censorship-research-finds-section-67-act-grossly-misused )
Vallishree Chandra & Gayathri Ramachandran, ‘The Right to Pornography in India: An Analysis in Ligh of Individual Liberty and Public Morality’, Available at: ( http://docs.manupatra.in/newsline/articles/Upload/B5199E8C-C07E-4E05-A379-30FF49C77B0C.pdf )
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