The Worst Form of Child Labour Child Pornography

  • Ashima Attri
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  • Ashima Attri

    Student at Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University, India

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The issue of child labour is not restricted to any particular nation state but is a menace of the global level. Sale and trafficking of children, debt bondage, forced and compulsory labour are some of the existing forms of child labour, however, child pornography is a recent addition to this exhaustive list and with the invention and usage of electronic devices such as computers, video and digital cameras, software and the all-powerful, Internet, the same has paved its way to become one of the most deliberated subjects. It is prevalent in every nation of the world and is the quickest and the fastest growing online business. Owing to such peculiarity, the use of child pornography has become a predominant characteristic of the present society. INTERPOL has concluded Germany to be one of the significant makers of child pornography whereas Netherlands and the United Kingdom are the vital dissemination communities. Moreover, United States is the biggest market of the interest of child pornography. Therefore, the need arises to have a more comprehensive understanding of the concept of child pornography and the legal framework concerning it, at both, the national level and the international level along with identifying areas which require improvement in this regard.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 397 - 404


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