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The charge sheet now included all the original images.

Should such content find its way in their site, they are required within seven days to “report the presence of child pornography, as well as the particulars the person maintaining, hosting, distributing or in any manner contributing to such Internet address, to the proper authorities.

The 38-year-old computer engineer, who cannot be named until he has pleaded, briefly took his place in the dock for the first time since the charge sheet in the matter had been completed.

The formulation of the charge sheet had caused several delays in the case which has been on the court roll for more than two years now.

One of the issues with the charge sheet was that the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) indicated that it wanted the man to be individually charged for every image in question and that each image had to be described in the charge sheet.

The state indicated that there were more than 179,000 images related to the case.

Given what a task that is, it's no wonder more men than women still watch porn.

But this is changing, thanks to the rise of porn for women.

Photo: via PLETTENBERG BAY – The Knysna Regional Court heard on Tuesday, that a plea agreement is back on the cards in the matter involving a Plettenberg Bay man, accused of having links to a horrific international baby pornography network.

This after the man’s plea bargain was rejected in September last year.

The Philippine government has blocked Internet users from accessing adult websites, just 10 days after a popular porn site found Filipinos to have spent the longest time watching adult content for the third straight year.

As of Saturday, access to known porn sites such as and had been forbidden, either through mobile phones or laptops.

They are also ordered to “preserve such evidence for purposes of investigation and prosecution by relevant authorities.” In 2014, the National Telecommunications Commission issued a memorandum circular ordering Internet service providers to ban access to sites with child pornography materials.