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Saying ‘No’ to child pornography in Japan
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As we swap out old for new, pages will be in transition. Thanks for your patience — please keep coming back to see the improvements. The World Congress III against the Sexual Exploitation of Children, set for November in Brazil, aims to promote international cooperation for more effective action on sexual exploitation. Here is one in a series of related stories.
Search Search. Menu Sections. It was a shocking find: crudely made DVDs with images of grown men having sex with children as young as U ntil this year, the men who bought those images faced little more than a slap on the wrist. But police in Kyoto, Japan's ancient capital, decided for the first time during the summer to pursue criminal charges against three male customers in a country widely seen as much too lenient on child pornography. The police campaign is largely the work of Kyoto's prefectural Governor, Keiji Yamada. During his fight for office two years ago, Mr Yamada pledged to roll out an ordinance banning the buying and possession of child porn — still legal under Japanese law, unless there is proven intent to sell or distribute. Even if the makers are arrested, the images circulate for years on the internet and in secondary markets. Child porn-related crimes have grown fivefold in Japan through the last decade, according to the country's National Police Agency.
Although production and distribution have been banned since , Japan is the only OECD nation that allows possession of paedophile images. The anomaly is partly to protect its manga and anime industries, which churn out thousands of titles every year that sail close to the legal wind. The proposed law will exempt those industries. And it will allow potential offenders a year to dispose of their collections before making possession punishable by up to 12 months in prison. Pressure has been building on the government for years. Prosecutors declined to press charges against the men, citing a lack of evidence.