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Indonesia: Playboy Indonesia

Paras Indonesia blog is asking the legislators upset over the Indonesian edition of Playboy magazine why they are not troubled by pirated pornographic DVDs and child trafficking . “The legislators who whine about Playboy have never bothered making an official visit to Glodok, West Jakarta, to observe the city’s main pirate DVD market, where hardcore pornographic films are widely available, including to minors, for a mere Rp5,000 per title. The piracy and sale of pornographic films is tolerated due to police corruption. A bigger problem in Indonesia is trafficking in children, which is also often tolerated by crooked officials.”

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