Group wants all forms of child exploitation an offence

Perverted: The Penal Code has provisions to prosecute those who possessed or promoted child pornography but not those simply viewing it.

KUALA LUMPUR: While those caught having or promoting pornography, including child pornography, can be charged in court, those who view these streamed online get away scot free.

President of Voice of Children Sharmila Sekaran pointed out that the Penal Code had provisions to prosecute those who possessed or promoted child pornography, not for simply viewing it.

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