Internet porn law

The government will next week confirm the launch date for a UK-wide age block on online pornography as privacy campaigners continue to raise concerns about how websites and age verification companies will use the data they collect. The age block will require commercial pornography sites to show that they are taking sufficient steps to verify their users are over 18, such as by uploading a passport or driving licence or by visiting a newsagent to buy a pass only available to adults. Websites which fail to comply risk substantial fines or having their websites banned by all British internet service providers. AgeID has previously said it believes there is a market of up to 25 millions Britons for its age verification system, suggesting it believes around half of British adults will want to access online pornography through its service. Its system will require individuals to create an account with their email and password and then upload a passport or driving licence, which will be verified by a third party.
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Legal status of Internet pornography

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The law on accessing explicit sexual material on the internet is mainly concerned with child pornography, according to an expert in the area, barrister Karen Murray. It is an offence punishable by up to five years in prison to create, distribute or download child pornography under the Child Trafficking and Pornography Act. However, accessing images of adult pornography on the internet is not explicitly prohibited by statute. There are common law offences relating to publishing obscene material, according to Murray, but there have not been any prosecutions recently. Under such common law prohibitions difficulties would arise in defining what was obscene material, and, if the material originated outside the State, the question of where it was published would also arise.
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What is Illegal to View on the Internet?

If you are under 25 and you are unsure about your rights or responsibilities, or what to do next, you can get free and confidential legal help here. This page explains the law about viewing pornography online. Generally, it is not illegal for someone who is under 18 to view porn on the internet. Technically it is illegal to upload a video of someone having sex online. This means that the Australian Communications and Media Authority can request that they are removed, however , it is generally not against the law to look at these videos for personal use.
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X-rated websites were set to be blocked on 15 July this year, but now the intended new laws have been dropped. All internet providers would have blocked x-rated websites if the new system had come into place, and users would have had to verify their age before proceeding. Users would have been automatically blocked from using free sites such as PornHub and YouPorn, unless they could prove their age.
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