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He was arrested in July 2013 and charged with seven counts of child exploitation, and making and distributing obscene literature involving children (Kauro and Morrow, July 2013, Globe and Mail).
Three years earlier an envelope containing obscene literature and written material had been found on a London bus.
Islamabad, June 18(ANI): The Lahore High Court (LHC) has issued a notice to the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) and the Religious Affairs Ministry on a petition seeking control on the circulation of obscene literature on the Internet.
He pointed out that Pakistan's constitution laid down the principle that the government had to take steps to enable Muslims to live their lives in accordance with the fundamental principles and basic concepts of Islam, and to prevent printing, publication, circulation and display of obscene literature and advertisements.
Siddiqui requested the court to direct the Telecommunications Ministry to place a permanent ban on the circulation and display of obscene literature and advertisements on the Internet.
We are of the opinion that this book is such a book as brings it within the provisions of the Public Statutes respecting obscene literature, and suggests the propriety of withdrawing the same from circulation and suppressing the editions thereof.
By 1872, he realized that obscene literature was such "a very large and systematic business" that he needed help.
26) The day after its publication federal marshals arrested Woodhull and her sister, Tennessee Claflin, for sending obscene literature through the mail.
Taaffe explores the numerous gestures toward obscene literature in At Swim.
Authorities must also ban the sale of certain types of music which has high levels of profanity and obscene literature.
Anyone who crossed his path was subjected to vile accusations and obscene literature targeted to undermine their good characters.
Post Office Inspector to enforce the Comstock Act, boasted that he had singlehandedly destroyed 160 tons of obscene literature between 1873 and 1915, bringing 3,760 "criminals" to "justice.