ரம்ஜான் / ரமலான் / ரமழான் காலத்தை முன்னிட்டு நான்கு மில்லியன் ஆபாச-செக்ஸ்-உடலுறவு-பாலியல் இணைத்தளங்களுக்குத் தடை!

ரம்ஜான் / ரமலான் / ரமழான் காலத்தை முன்னிட்டு நான்கு மில்லியன் ஆபாச-செக்ஸ்-உடலுறவு-பாலியல் இணைத்தளங்களுக்குத் தடை!

முஸ்லீம் நாடான, இந்தோனேசியா நான்கு மில்லியன் ஆபாச-செக்ஸ்-உடலுறவு-பாலியல் இணைத்தளங்களை[1] ரம்ஜான் / ரமலான் மாத காலத்திற்காக தடைசெய்துள்ளதாம்! அந்நாட்டு இளைஞர்கள் மனிதர்கள்-மிருகங்கள் புனைவது, செக்ஸ்-உறுப்புகளின் படங்கள், உடலுறவுக் காட்சிகள் முதலியவற்றைத்தான்[2] அதிகமாகப் பார்க்கிறார்களாம்! ரம்ஜான் காலத்திற்கு முன்பாகவே அத்தகைய தளங்களை தடைசெய்ய முயன்றாலும், முழுவதுமாக முடியாது என்று இந்தோனேசிய அமைச்சர் தெரிவிக்கிறார்[3]. இருப்பினும், ஆவண செய்வதாக வாக்களித்துள்ளார்.


[1] http://news.oneindia.in/2010/08/11/4-million-pornsites-blocked-in-indonesia.html

[2] http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/rest-of-world/Indonesia-blocks-access-to-four-million-porn-sites-/articleshow/6293747.cms

[3] http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2010/08/11/tifatul-blocks-porn-sites-with-holy-curtain.html

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9 பின்னூட்டங்கள் மேல் “ரம்ஜான் / ரமலான் / ரமழான் காலத்தை முன்னிட்டு நான்கு மில்லியன் ஆபாச-செக்ஸ்-உடலுறவு-பாலியல் இணைத்தளங்களுக்குத் தடை!”

  1. vedaprakash Says:

    Indonesia to crack down on porn over Ramadan

    By Arlina Arshad (AFP) – 1 day ago
    http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5iSpcIVcz5N9D94WJnOpr4KsphaTQ

    JAKARTA — Indonesia, gripped in recent months by a sex scandal involving local celebrities, will mark the start of Ramadan Wednesday with a campaign against pornography.

    Communications Minister Tifatul Sembiring, a member of the conservative Islamic party, called a news conference on the eve of the month-long period of dusk-to-dawn fasting at which he renewed a promise to act against porn sites.

    Quoting a poem, Sembiring called on Muslims to “keep hearts clean in the holy month,” and said that he would target websites and media that carried sexual content.

    Already 200 Internet service providers in Indonesia have since last month agreed to block sites that displayed sexual activity and nudity, and “their efforts are extraordinary,” Sembiring said.

    “It’s not an easy task as there are four million local and international porn sites,” he said, but added that he was unable to say how many sites had been shut out of Indonesia.

    “I’ve promised before there will be efforts to close porn sites… This Ramadan hopefully traffic to porn sites can be reduced by more than 90 percent,” he said.

    Sembiring’s call follows President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s support for a Web filter, saying in June that his country must not “stay naked and be crushed by the information technology frenzy.”

    With 240 million people making it the world’s most populous Muslim-majority country, Indonesia was scandalised in June by the online release of videos apparently showing local celebrities engaging in sex.

    Rock singer Nazril Ariel, 28, a divorcee, is still in police custody on pornography charges after his arrest in June.

    Ariel appears in separate videos with models and television personalities Luna Maya, 26, also his current girlfriend, and ex-girlfriend Cut Tari, 32.

    Both women have been questioned but not arrested over the videos.

    A music engineer with the initials “RJ” was arrested in July for allegedly uploading the videos to the Internet.

    The footage, which was widely distributed across the Internet, prompted clerics to issue an edict banning Muslims from watch certain gossip shows on Indonesian television.

    Shows which dished out intimate details of people’s private lives were immoral and threatened society, said the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI).

    Gossip shows should be allowed only if they “uphold the law, warn the public and help people,” said MUI chairman Maaruf Amin, who hoped that “pornography and immoral content” would be kept out of all TV programmes during Ramadan.

    “Hopefully, Ramadan will set a momentum for the media to clean up their programmes and keep them free of pornography and filth. If we can’t wipe them out totally, at least minimise them,” he told AFP.

    Freelance magazine photographer Ahmad Fadilah, 35, who admitted to watching Internet porn occasionally, said hoped access will restricted only to hardcore porn sites such as those showing bestiality and unnatural sex.

    “Go ahead and block the really vulgar and disgusting ones but please leave the beautiful, artistic ones alone. Anyway, if sites are blocked, there are other ways to access porn, like from VCD,” Fadilah said.

    “Sometimes people like to say Ramadan is a month to cleanse your heart and mind. But people still watch porn and who will find out if they do it quietly?”

  2. vedaprakash Says:

    Indonesia claims to have blocked 90 pct of websites with porn contents
    21:09, August 11, 2010
    http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/90001/90777/90851/7101607.html

    Complying with its pledge to block porn websites issued a month ago, Indonesia’s Communications and Information Minister Tifatul Sembiring has claimed to have blocked 90 percent of such websites from being accessed by internet users.

    The blockade of about 4 million porn websites was enforced with close coordination between the ministry and around 200 internet service providers (ISP) in the country.

    “We hope to reach 100 percent blockade,” the minister said recently.

    The government would slap sanctions against those proved of porn distribution through any means, including the internet, the minister said.

    The sanctions may vary from fines to imprisonment with maximum term of 12 years.

    Onno W. Purbo, internet expert, appreciated the move to blockade the porn websites, reminding the government on BlackBerry service which is untouchable from the policy to block porn websites. He said that Indonesian BlackBerry users have free access to porn through their handset as its server is located in Canada.

  3. M. Dhandayuthapani. Says:

    What is the idea of using such tongue-twisting spelling?

  4. M. Dhandayuthapani. Says:

    It is sheer hypocrisy that Muslims play double-game when sex comes.

    Reports clearly point out that Muslims always search for sex, pron, …………..using specific words…………………………vagina,penis,boob, breast………….and so on…….

    Ironically, during the Ramzan pereiod, the Islamic countries have decided to ban such millions of sites!

  5. Dawood Ali Miyan Says:

    These Tamil Muslims hardly know anything about Islam. They just shout here and there, take money from us and go away. They have to IslamiZed completely, otherwise, there is no meaning in arguing like this.

  6. Annie Thomas Says:

    கடவுளின் பெயரால் மனத்தைக் கட்டுப் படுத்த முடியாதவர்கள், இணைத்தளங்களில் திருட்டுத்தனமாக இப்படி பார்த்தால், நிச்சயமாக ஆண்டவனை ஏமாற்றுவதற்கு சமம்.

    ஆகவே, இணைதளங்களை தடை செய்வதிலும், தடுப்பதிலும் ஒரு பிரயோஜனமும் இல்லை.

    இங்கு கிடைக்கவில்லை என்றால், வேறொரு இடத்திற்குச் சென்று பார்க்க மாட்டார்கள் என்பது என்ன நிச்சயம் உள்ளது?

    திருட்டுக்காய் சாப்பிஉடத்தான் தயாராக உள்ளார்களே?

  7. V. Narayanan Says:

    Tifatul blocks porn sites with holy curtain
    The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Headlines | Wed, August 11 2010, 9:11 AM
    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2010/08/11/tifatul-blocks-porn-sites-with-holy-curtain.html

    A complete ban on all pornographic websites in observance of the Ramadan fasting period is unfeasible, Communications and Information Technology Minister Tifatul Sembiring says.

    “A 100 percent ban would be impossible, but it is the effort that counts,” Tifatul said Tuesday.
    Last month, the minister recommended blocking access to websites with pornographic content before Ramadan, which officially started today.

    He added that the ban, which his office has been working on for the past month, would be put in place gradually, with a 100 percent ban as its ideal target. However, a few sites might slip through, he said.

    Several porn sites were still accessible at the time of writing this article.

    “The work done by Internet service providers [ISPs] to filter porn sites is not easy considering there are 4 million web sites out there,” he said.

    Tifatul said ISPs were responsible for the filtering since they acted as gatekeepers connecting individual computers to the Internet.

    Indonesia’s 200 ISPs had agreed to the ministry’s request, he said.

    ISPs would suffer no losses by blocking pornographic websites because those sites were not their core business, he said.

    “They mostly deal with communication data, networking between companies and ATMs,” he said.

    The filters, he said, would be based on keywords entered during searches.

    The list of porn-related keywords would be updated regularly to adjust to new keywords that previously had no links to porn sites.

    “The eradication of porn will be very dynamic in the future,” he said.

    The websites blocked, he added, would be those that were “clearly vulgar” containing sexual intercourse, nudity, sexual organs, child prostitution and sexual symbols.

    However, Tifatul failed to provide a clear definition of what would be considered “clearly vulgar”.

    “The disputable [definitions] will be our next step to decide upon.”

    Websites that referred to sex-related words and images, but used them in a scientific and cultural context, would be spared, he said.

    “Of course, certain formulas and analysis will be used in the process.”

    Tifatul further said that sanctions would be imposed on individuals distributing pornographic material, whether it was ISPs or individuals.

    The 1999 Telecommunications Law (which forbids telecommunications operators from violating public decency), the 2008 Information Transaction Law (which bans the distribution of pornographic material) and the 2008 Pornography Law would be applicable, he said.

    “The blocking of certain web sites would continue past Ramadan because the pornography law is permanent, even if it is revoked or amended,” he said

    Tifatul said the ban was a necessary step in implementing the pornography and information transaction laws, as well as protecting people from unsuitable content.

    “The negative impact is evident in our society. [Pornographic content] crushes our culture and destroys our children,” he said.

    However, many people have expressed doubts about the effectiveness of the blockage given the immense size of the Internet and many tactics to unblock websites.

    Doubts also surfaced on the effectiveness of using keywords as certain words might have more than one meaning or connotation. (gzl)

  8. V. Narayanan Says:

    Indonesia blocks 1 mn porn websites before Ramadan
    Friday 03 August 2012
    News updated at 1:04 PM IST
    http://www.deccanherald.com/content/265261/indonesia-blocks-1-mn-porn.html

    Jakarta, July 18, 2012, (IANS/AKI) : Indonesia’s communications and information ministry has shut down more than one million pornographic websites ahead of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.

    Minister Tifatul Sembiring said Wednesday that his office would target more sites in the upcoming month.

    The closed websites were all run from abroad, he said.

    “We will block more porn sites during Ramadan, though that doesn’t mean that we will allow such sites to operate during the rest of the year,” the minister said.

    The minister said there were around two billion websites providing pornographic content, and that public involvement in curbing online pornography was crucial.

    “Online pornography is an industry and the producers always seem to find new ways of escaping detection,” he said.

    Ramadan is due to start July 19 in Indonesia.


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