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Do Indonesia’s anti-pornography laws protect morals or encourage discrimination and abuse?

S.China Morning Post Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
“VIRGIN WANTED. No experiences necessary,” read the home screen of controversial Indonesian website Nikahsirri.com. “Turning adultery into worship” is its tagline. Now blocked by the Indonesian government under the nation’s strict anti-pornography laws, passed into legislation in October 2008, the site promoted a service where men could be matched with virgins for “secret marriages” under Islam, but not recognised by the state. Claiming virgins could...
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