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DCW Chairperson summons head of Twitter’s India Policy and Delhi Police in connection with  child pornography case on social media

DCW Chairperson has summoned the head of Twitter's India Policy and Delhi Police due to tweets that included child pornography over the social media platform.

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New Delhi: The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) Chairperson Swati Maliwal has summoned the head of Twitter’s India Policy and Delhi Police due to tweets that included recordings of women being raped and child pornography over the social media platform.

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The commission took immediate notice of a number of postings on Twitter that publicly featured photographs of sexual acts involving children. The commission stated that the majority of the tweets showed minors completely naked.

Surprisingly, some of these videos showed rapes on women while they were asleep! “Some of the Twitter accounts involved in these crimes seem to be conducting a business wherein they charge other social media users money in exchange for delivering pornographic and rape videos of youngsters from other users of the social media platform,” said Swati Maliwal on Tuesday.

The commission has already shared several tweets with the Delhi Police and Twitter.

In the summons issued to Twitter, the commission said that it is shocking that such illegal acts involving sexual abuse of children and young women are available on different social media platforms.

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The commission has summoned Delhi police to seek an FIR in the matter.

“I am shocked with the kind of rape and child pornographic videos available freely on Twitter. The nauseating material needs to be immediately removed from Twitter and an FIR should be registered by Delhi Police on the matter.

 

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