Cyber Pornography and Plight of Women in the Digitalized India

  • Muskan Sharma
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  • Muskan Sharma

    Teaching Assistant & Research Fellow at The NorthCap University, Gurugram, Haryana, India

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Cyber pornography, especially in the form of deepfakes, poses significant challenges to privacy, security, and human dignity in the digital era. With the ability to seamlessly superimpose one individual's likeness onto another's body, deepfake technology enables malicious actors worldwide to intrude upon anyone's privacy and manipulate an intimate imagery without consent. This research paper explores the legal framework surrounding cyber pornography, with a focus on deepfake technology and its impact on women. It discusses the existing laws and regulations, their effectiveness, and the need for further legislative measures to address emerging threats. This paper aims to provide insights into safeguarding privacy and dignity in the face of cyber pornography.




International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 766 - 776


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