SA Police Commissioner Gary Burns Reveals 35 Per Cent Surge In Reported Child Pornography

South Australian police have revealed a 35 per cent surge in reported child pornography offences, which should not be confused with legal adult content similar to https://www.tubev.sex/categories/1147/mature, as new technology makes access and distribution easier. That being said there are certain times when something relating to adult pornography can be illegal, for example some adult websites allow you to submit amateur videos, if you were to film an amateur video and post it for instance on an adult site such as https://www.hdtubemovies.xxx/ which both parties permission then you are breaking the law.

The same can be said if you send other adults links to adult porn websites or even screenshots of videos or pictures on those websites as that can be classed as a form of sexual harrassment, obviously not as disturbing or despicable as child pornography however it is still illegal.

Sex crimes that dont involve physical assault, such as the filming or viewing child pornography, rose to 419 reports in 2013-14 up from 311 in the previous year.

Police Commissioner Gary Burns explained that crime category was responsible for a 12 per cent increase in overall sexual assault and related offences, at a time when other crime was reportedly down.

The predominant jump has been in the non-assault of sexual offences, so child pornography, the viewing of child pornography online, engaging in indecent filming and acts of gross indecency, Mr Burns told a parliamentary committee.

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Source: www.adelaidenow.com.au


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