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CBI BOOKED PRIVATE PERSON. OTHERS ON SALE PURCHASE OF OBSCENE VIDEOS,PHOTOS INCLUDING CSAM

October 25, 2020 03:17 PM

New Delhi (Face2News)

  The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered a case against a private person of Delhi and unknown others u/s 14 of POCSO Act, 2012 and u/s 67-B of Information Technology Act, 2000.

It was alleged that the accused had created three accounts and around 20 channels / groups on Telegram App for sale of objectionable material including CSAM (Child sexual abusive material).

It was further alleged that out of these, 02 accounts were for advertising posts / messages for sale of obscene videos / photos including the CSAM. It was also alleged that in response to the advertisement and after bargaining with the customers/seekers, the accused received the payments via Paytm / Google Pay etc.

On receipt of payments, the accused allegedly shared the link(s) of various group(s)/ channel(s) of Telegram, in which objectionable material including CSAM, was being shared with members. The accused allegedly sold the obscene videos / photos including CSAM for an amount of Rs. 250/-  by adding the customer(s) / seekers into these groups / channels.

Searches were conducted recently at the premises of accused at Delhi. The Mobile phone recovered during searches is being analysed.Investigation is continuing.

It may be mentioned that a Special Unit "Online Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention/ Investigation (OCSAE)" has been created in CBI, New Delhi for matters pertaining to online child sexual abuse and exploitation. Apart from receiving various references/information, the unit is undertaking investigation of various offences relating to online child sexual abuse and exploitation.

 
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