Porn has long been on the radars of the censors in China, but now the country is expanding its campaign against what it deems immoral material.Tencent Holdings' We Chat, popular among China's government officials and other public figures, now faces even more scrutiny.The first count is framed under Section 292(a) of the Penal Code, which carries a jail term of up to three years or fine or both on conviction while the second count under Section 509 of the Penal Code provides for a jail term of up to five years or fine or both on conviction.Rita set May 19 for Khairul's plea to be taken at the Magistrate's Court and released him on a bail of RM3,000 in two sureties on each count.BEIJING — More than a hundred women are now in a bind after photos of them posing nude were leaked on Chinese social media.Global Times reports that the racy photos originated from a 10-gigabyte zip file, which also contained videos and the personal information of around 167 women.Kota Kinabalu: A 27-year-old unemployed man was charged with two counts of distributing nude photos of his social media acquaintance and insulting her modesty.
According to them, the nudes constitute a private deal, which they cannot regulate.
It's thus sadly ironic that more and more people here are losing money through love-related scams.
Here are four types of scams hot-blooded Singaporeans need to be wary of.
In another case, a teenage boy was accused of trespassing into a café.
The 17-year-old is alleged to have committed the offence between 10.30pm on April 19 this year and 7.30am on April 20 at Café Workshop, Jalan Dewan here.