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G.M.I - Presentation

Posted: 30 Jan 2012 07:47 AM PST

Our Work is like a Part-Time job..

it needs you to work from 2 - 4 hours per day..

and you can work only 5 days per week..

so it needs you to work from 40 - 80 hours per month..!!


the Company Name is Goldmine International [G.M.I]

it Started working in Norway in 11 Feb 2000

it's Head Office is in UK

and their is an office in Dubai responsible for the Distribution of products in middle East..!!

G.M.I is specialized in Gold Manifacture..

and not any other Company can make the Products that G.M.I makes..

G.M.I is an International Company..

this means that you can work in any country in the World not Just in your country..!!

G.M.I Works Online..

this means that you can work anywhere & anytime you want!!

and Because G.M.I works online it has to be Highly Secured..

G.M.I is Secured by The #1 Trust Mark on the Internet (VeriSign)

VeriSign seals are viewed up to 650 million times per day on over 100,000 Web sites in 165 countries..

When Web site visitors see the VeriSign Trust™ Seal, they are less likely to abandon a transaction and more likely to do business with you online.

VeriSign also Gives the SSL Certificates to the Biggest Bank in the World (HSBC)

and also Gives it to (Microsoft) & (Apple) & +2800 other Famous Sites.


Goldmine International Main Product is a Gold Coin..

this Gold Coin is

20 Grams, 24 Carat, 999.9 Purity..

and that's the Purest Gold Manifactured in the World..!!

its Price is between $900 - $1100 Depends on the Daily Global Gold rate..!!

G.M.I other Products are..

5 Kinds of Watches:

Raven $140 Swiss Design

Venus $450 Swiss Made [3 colours available]

Elegance $470 Swiss Made [5 colours available]

Aviator $650 Swiss Made [2 colours available]

Explorer $800 Swiss Made [2 colours available]

4 Kinds of Pens:

Sterling Star $140

Silver Scribe $140

Diamond Pen $300

Erebus Quill $1555


Silver & Gold

you can See them on or .net


Goldmine International works with a Non-Traditional way of Marketing..!!

Network Marketing

To Understand Network Marketing you have to Understand the Traditional way of Marketing first..!!

Which is Between Two Parties... The Company & The Customer..

lets say you bought a Product that costs you $100

how much money do you think it costs the Company to Launch that Product??

it Costs the Company about 20% - 30% from the Price you bought it with!!

So.. where did the rest of the money you paid go??

it went to the Intermediaries who's responsible for the distribution of the product and promoting it.

Network Marketing Doesn't use any Intermediaries to sell a Product..

it relies on the Customer to Promote the Product and it Sells its Products Online

So it doesn't need any Intermediaries to sell products!!


To Start Working in Goldmine International you have to buy an instant Product..

its price is $70 you'll Have to choose one of these instant products [3 kinds of classic watches or a classic pen] to start working with!!

+ $30 as shipment of the product to deliver it for you [it depends on the Country]..

so.. you'll only Pay $100   + the money Transfer Charges

Also you'll take a Gold Office Online which your work and your commission will be calculated on..!!

in this Gold Office there is a Gold Tree..

any new sale made by you direct or indirect it  will be shown in this Tree

and you Take Commissions on new sales only..

Goldmine International works by Binary Plan..

which means that every Gold Account only have two Arms.. one left & one right

in G.M.I the commission is $30 when you have 3 new sales on the left Side & 3 new sales in the right side.

and as a Motivation Step.. the first new sale on the left & the first new sale on the right you'll Take >

G.M.I made this to motivate you to work Harder..

Let's say that you made your first new sale on the left and the first new sale on the right and took $30

So in your Gold Tree it will be shaped Like this [1/1]

and those 2 people aslo made their First new sale on the left & first new sale on the right, to takes the Motivation Step..

So in your Gold Tree it will be shaped Like this [3/3]

but you won't take $30 now Because G.M.I works with plan 3/3A

that means evey 3 new sales in the left and 3 new sales in the right you'll take $30

but here you already took a Motivation Step..

So once anyone from the left side made a new sale and anyone from the right side made a new sale

you'll take $30 on the 3L/3R new sales

So.. Any 3 new Sales on the left & Any new sales on the right you'll take Commission $30

And For the Safety of the Company & its Customers..

G.M.I Limited the Commission Per Day by the Flush out

which means that you can take commissions Per Day Up to 450$

this means that you can take commissions per Day only on [45L/45R] new sales..

and any new sale in that day exceeds [45/45] it will be flushed out with the [45/45]

So.. if in one day your Downlines made [100L/100R] New Sales you'll take 450$ TOO

your Commission is Calculated by Day and Released per Week..!!

And for G.M.I to sell its Products Like the Gold Coin..

it devided the Commission you are taking to 80% cash & 20% placed into the Gold Voucher

20% of your Commission is placed in the Gold Voucher so you can Buy Products From G.M.I

and it is calculated like this...

3L/3R = 30$ = Step

5 Steps = 150$ = Rotation

80% are Cash.. So.. 4 Steps Cash = 120$ Cash

20% place in Gold Voucher = 5th Step = 30$ Placed in the Gold Voucher

From every Rotation.. 4 Steps are cash & 5th step is placed in the Gold Voucher


you'll pass 12 Levels in your work to achieve a Daily Flush out!!

Lets say that i'm your Upline..

LVL-1: i'll Support you to Make your First New Sale on the Left & First new Sale on the Right!!

LVL-2: And i'll Qualify you to Help these people you Brang to take their motivation Step Commission..!!

LVL-3: Like that there is 7 Persons in your Team..

3 Persons of them are helping the other 4 Persons to achieve their motivation Step..

[[3 Persons are helping 4 Persons to Bring 8 Persons]]

LVL-4: Now there is 15 Persons in your Team..

7 Persons of them are helping the other 8 Persons to achieve their motivation Step..

[[7 Persons are helping 8 Persons to Bring 16 Persons]]

LVL-5: Now there is 31 Persons in your Team..

15 persons of them are helping the other 16 persons to achieve their motivation Step..

[[15 Persons are helping 16 Persons to Bring 32 Persons]]

LVL-6: Now there is 63 Persons in your Team..

31 persons of them are helping the other 32 persons to achieve their motivation Step..

[[31 Persons are helping 32 Persons to Bring 64 Persons]]

LVL-7: Now there is 127 Persons in your Team..

63 persons of them are helping the other 64 persons to achieve their motivation Step..

[[63 Persons are helping 64 Persons to Bring 128 Persons]]

LVL-8: Now there is 255 Persons in your Team..

127 persons of them are helping the other 128 persons to achieve their motivation Step..

[[127 Persons are helping 128 Persons to Bring 256 Persons]]

LVL-9: Now there is 511 Persons in your Team..

255 persons of them agore helping the other 256 persons to achieve their motivation Step..

[[255 Persons are helping 256 Persons to Bring 512 Persons]]

LVL-10: Now there is 1023 Persons in your Team..

511 persons of them are helping the other 512 persons to achieve their motivation Step..

[[511 Persons are helping 512 Persons to Bring 1024 Persons]]

LVL-11: Now there is 2047 Persons in your Team..

1023 persons of them are helping the other 1024 persons to achieve their motivation Step..

[[1023 Persons are helping 1024 Persons to Bring 2048 Persons]]

LVL-12: Now there is 4095 Persons in your Team..

2047 persons of them are helping the other 2048 persons to achieve their motivation Step..

[[2047 Persons are helping 2048 Persons to Bring 4096 Persons]]

at that moment you'll be Taking Daily Flush out EveryDay..!!


now you have 8191 Person In your Team..

Let's Say they are 8000... so your Network Will Be like this.. [4000L/4000R]

if 90% of your Network took the Same Day off to Relax..

then there is only 10% are working in your Team.. that means [400L/400R]

Do u think.. it's Hard for them To work together and Bring [45L/45R] in that day off??

of course not :) they'll bring [45L/45R] an more..!!!

if you achieved Flush out in the Day off.. then you'll achieve it everyday..

Like that.. you'll achieve the Daily Flush out!! :)

Care To Join us?? :)


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Sudanese army frees at least 14 kidnapped Chinese workers

Posted: 30 Jan 2012 07:34 AM PST

( -- The Sudanese army has freed at least 14 Chinese nationals who were kidnapped in the volatile South Kordofan state, the official Sudan News Agency said Monday.

The news agency quoted Ahmed Haroun, the state governor, as saying the workers were taken to neighboring North Kordofan and were in good condition.

The report did not mention the fate of the other 56 construction workers who militants had also captured when they attacked a construction site in a remote area Saturday.

At the time, Alsawarmi Khalid, spokesman for the Sudanese armed forces, blamed the attacks on the Sudan People's Liberation Movement -North, a rebel force in the border region with neighboring South Sudan. Khalid said a total of 70 workers were kidnapped in the incident -- a mix of local and foreign workers.

China's Xinhua news agency confirmed the release, but reported that 17 -- and not 14 -- Chinese workers were evacuated to "safe places" by Sudanese forces. That leaves 12 Chinese workers unaccounted for, the Chinese embassy in Sudan told Xinhua.
UN: Political solution needed in Sudan

It was unclear why the two official accounts varied in the number of Chinese nationals freed.

South Sudan became the world's newest nation last year after decades of conflict with the north.

International concern has grown over the violence in South Kordofan and nearby Blue Nile states, which has forced hundreds of thousands to flee their homes.

The region is a Sudan territory, but straddles Sudan and South Sudan's ethnic and political lines.

China is Sudan's largest trading partner, while Sudan is China's third-largest trading partner in Africa. According to the Chinese foreign ministry, trade between the two countries reached $8.63 billion in 2010, an increase of 35.1% compared to the previous year.

The close bilateral cooperation is mainly driven by oil exports from Sudan, which is among the top oil suppliers for China.

Meghalaya government working on strategy to deal with Garo ultras

Posted: 30 Jan 2012 07:32 AM PST

SHILLONG: Following the demand of insurgent outfit Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) to withdraw security forces from Garo Hills region, the Meghalaya government today said it was working on a strategy to deal with them.

"We are working on a strategy to deal with the militants and the government will take a re-look into deployment of security forces (in three Garo Hills districts)," chief secretary W M S Pariat said.

Stating that the government was not thinking of deploying the Army in Garo Hills at the moment, Pariat said, it would be dealt with the existing forces.

The government move came in the wake of GNLA's demand to withdraw security forces from Garo Hills from carrying out anti-insurgency operations against them.

Special Weapons And Tactics team of the state police and the Combat Battalion for Resolute Action (CoBRA) of the CrPF are on operation to secure release of two power department engineers abducted by the GNLA last week.

Meanwhile, the GNLA has warned all its cadres not to surrender before the police.

The GNLA, which is fighting for a sovereign Garoland for the Garos, has also warned government officers not to take bribe while serving the people.

Formed by former Deputy Superintendent of Police Pakchara R Sangma alias Champion R Sangma, the outfit has been involved in abduction, killing and extortion in the three Garo districts of Western Meghalaya.

Internet pornography:Legal status

Posted: 29 Jan 2012 09:46 AM PST

Legal status of Internet pornography:  

( to the international nature of the Internet, Internet pornography carries with it special issues with regard to the law. There is no one set of laws that apply to the distribution, purchase, or possession of Internet pornography. Only the laws of one's home nation apply with regard to distributing or possessing Internet pornography. This means that, for example, even if a pornographer is legally distributing pornography, the person receiving it may not be legally doing so due to local laws.

Areas of legal concern within many countries:

Some areas of legal concern regarding adult pornography are:

    Prohibiting certain or all types of pornography that are illegal within a government's jurisdiction. For countries that do not prohibit all pornography, this might include pornography featuring violence or bestiality, for example.
    Preventing those under the legal age (for most this means a minor under 18 or 21) from accessing pornographic content.
    Enforcing laws designed to ensure that performers in pornography are of legal age.

In jurisdictions that heavily restrict access or outright ban pornography, various attempts have been made to prevent access to pornographic content. The mandating of Internet filters to try preventing access to porn sites has been used in some nations such as China and Saudi Arabia. Banning porn sites within a nation's jurisdiction does not necessarily prevent access to that site, as it may simply relocate to a hosting server within another country that does not prohibit the content it offers
Many nations that allow at least some types of pornography attempt to ensure that those under their legal age for accessing porn (often 18 or 21) cannot easily access it. Various measures have been tried but with varying success. Within the United States, most websites have taken voluntary steps to ensure that visitors to their sites are not underage. Many Web sites provide a warning upon entry, warning minors and those not interested in viewing porn not to view the site, and requiring one to affirm that one is at least 18 and wishing to view pornographic content. Such warning pages have little effect in preventing access by minors to porn, as any minor interested in viewing the site can simply click on the "I am an adult over 18" button without having to prove his or her age. Thus, such warnings are generally not used by themselves but with other techniques. Commercial porn sites generally do not restrict access to any pornographic content until a membership has been purchased using a credit card, as most have explicit 'free trial' content as a major part of their sales strategy. So-called age verification services have also sprung up that offer access to any Web site that participates in their program without additional charge. The users need only verify their age with the verification service, which then issues a username and password that can access all sites that use its services. Most age verification sites charge either a monthly or yearly fee to those wanting access to participating sites.

Within nations that allow at least some types of pornography, models are often required to be at least a specific age (18 is most common). Various nations have various rules as to how a site must ensure that all porn models featured on it are of age such as strict record-keeping laws.

Internet pornography laws in various countries

According to the United States organization The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and other international sources, child pornography is a multi-billion dollar industry and among the fastest growing criminal segments on the Internet.Child pornography is illegal in most countries with coordinated enforcement by Interpol and policing institutions of various governments, including among others the United States Department of Justice.Even so, the UK based NSPCC said that worldwide an estimated 2% of websites still had not been removed a year after being identified.Recent investigations include Operation Cathedral that resulted in multi-national arrests and 7 convictions as well as uncovering 750,000 images with 1,200 unique identifiable faces being distributed over the web; Operation Amethyst which occurred in the Republic of Ireland; Operation Auxin; Operation Avalanche; Operation Ore based in the United Kingdom; Operation Pin; Operation Predator; the 2004 Ukrainian child pornography raids and the 2008 US child pornography raid. New technology that aids those who produce this material include inexpensive digital cameras and Internet distribution has made it easier than ever before to produce and distribute child pornography. The producers of child pornography try to avoid prosecution by distributing their material across national borders, though this issue is increasingly being addressed with regular arrests of suspects from a number of countries occurring over the last few years.The legal status of simulated or "virtual" child pornography varies around the world; for example, it is legal in the United States, it is illegal in the European Union, and in Australia its legal status is unclear and so far untested in the courts.Child pornography may be simulated by the use of computers[or adults made to look like children.In 2008, it was discovered that the United States will post fake hyperlinks claiming to be child pornography and then raiding, arresting, and prosecuting anyone who was found using the IP address that visited them, even someone whose computer was an open wifi. In 2008, a man in Middlesbrough, UK, was found guilty of downloading "child pornography" when he downloaded computer generated cartoons.
With the exception of child pornography, the legal status of accessing Internet pornography is still somewhat unsettled, though many individual states have indicated that the creation and distribution of adult films and photography are legally listed as prostitution within them.

The legality of pornography at the federal level has been traditionally determined by the Miller test, which dictates that community standards are to be used in determining whether a piece of material is obscene. Thus, if a local community determines a pornographic work to meet its standard for obscenity then it could be banned. This means that a pornographic magazine that might be legal in California could be illegal in Alabama. This standard poses a problem when it comes to the Internet because restricting the communities some pornographic material is available in is much more difficult over the Internet. It has been argued that if the Miller test were applied to the Internet then, in effect, the community standards for the most conservative community would become the standard for all U.S.-based Web sites. The courts are currently examining this issue.

The first attempt to regulate pornography on the Internet was the federal Communications Decency Act of 1996, which prohibited the "knowing" transmission of "indecent" messages to minors and the publication of materials which depict, in a manner "patently offensive as measured by contemporary community standards, sexual or excretory activities or organs", unless those materials were protected from access by minors, for example by the use of credit card systems. Immediately challenged by a group of organizations spearheaded by the ACLU, both of these provisions were struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court in Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union (1997)

The "indecent transmission" and "patently offensive display" provisions were ruled to limit the freedom of speech guarantee of the First Amendment.

A second attempt was made with the narrower Child Online Protection Act (COPA) of 1998, which forced all commercial distributors of "material harmful to minors" to protect their sites from access by minors. "Material harmful to minors" was defined as materials that by "contemporary community standards" are judged to appeal to the "prurient interest" and that show sexual acts or nudity (including female breasts). Several states have since passed similar laws. An injunction blocking the federal government from enforcing COPA was obtained in 1998. In 1999, the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the injunction and struck down the law, ruling that it was too broad in using "community standards" as part of the definition of harmful materials. In May 2002, the Supreme Court reviewed this ruling, found the lower court's given reason insufficient and returned the case to the circuit court. In March 2003, the 3rd Circuit Court again struck down the law as unconstitutional, this time arguing that it would hinder protected speech among adults. The administration appealed; in June 2004 the Supreme Court upheld the injunction against the law, ruling that it was most likely unconstitutional but that a lower court should determine whether newer technical developments could have an impact on this question. On March 22, 2007, COPA was found to violate the First and Fifth Amendments of the United States Constitution and was struck down.[
Another act intended to protect children from access to Internet pornography is the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) of 2000. It requires that public libraries, as a condition of receiving federal subsidies for Internet connectivity, employ filtering software to prevent patrons from using Internet terminals to view images of obscenity and child pornography, and to prevent children from viewing images "harmful to minors", a phrase encompassing pornography that has been held by the Supreme Court to be protected by the First Amendment for adults. The act allows librarians to disable the filtering software for adult patrons with "bona-fide research or other lawful purposes". The act was challenged by the American Library Association on First Amendment grounds, and enforcement of the act was blocked by a lower court. In June 2003, the Supreme Court reversed and ruled that the act was constitutional and could go into effect.

The production of sexually explicit materials is regulated under 18 U.S.C. 2257, requiring "original" producers to retain records showing that all performers were over the age of 18 at the time of the production for inspection by the Attorney General. The 18 U.S.C. 2257 disclaimer is common on Internet sites distributing pornography, but the Department of Justice has rarely if ever enforced the provision. Although the law had been on the books for over 10 years, the Justice Department never actually inspected anyone. It was not until pressure from Congress, and right-wing religious groups spurred the Administration of George W. Bush and Attorney General Gonzales to begin inspections of larger commercial porn companies primarily in the Los Angeles area. Despite fearing mass inspections, harassment, and prosecution, the Justice Department inspected less than two dozen companies (out of several thousand operating), and no prosecutions resulted from any of the inspections. Retired FBI agents conducted the inspections, and generally arrived with a list of videos whose records they wanted to examine (most likely, to avoid potential Fourth Amendment conflicts on issues of probable cause). According to porn executives, the agents were always courteous and professional, suggesting changes or modifications to the companies' record-keeping processes. Once Attorney General Alberto Gonzales left the Justice Department, the inspections ended.

In 2005, the Department of Justice issued regulations that expand the definition of a "secondary producer" of sexually explicit material. As of June 23, 2005, federal regulations apply the 2257 record-keeping requirement to secondary producers, and defines them as including anyone who "inserts on a computer site or service a digital image of, or otherwise manages the sexually explicit content of a computer site or service that contains a visual depiction of, an actual human being engaged in actual or simulated sexually explicit conduct." 73 Fed. Reg. at 77,468.
On Oct. 24, 2007 the Sixth Circuit court of appeals in Ohio, issued a judgment against the 2257 law, ruling it as unconstitutional according to the first amendment, however the Sixth Circuit subsequently reheard the case en banc and issued an opinion on February 20, 2009, upholding the constitutionality of the record-keeping requirements, albeit with some dissents.The Sixth Circuit en banc decision was appealed to the US Supreme Court where on Monday October 5, 2009, the US Supreme Court denied certiorari without comment not addressing the Sixth Circuit decision that 18 USC 2257 is not constitutionally "vague and overbroad" and able to be enforced. See the one line denial on page nine of the Supreme Court order list for October 5, 2009In February 2001, Buffnet, a New York Internet Service Provider, pleaded guilty in state court to a misdemeanor count of knowingly providing access to child pornography, after being notified by police of the content and not taking action. The ISP faced a $5000 fine.
United Kingdom

The sale or distribution of hardcore pornography through any channel was prohibited until the rules were relaxed in 2002, however the rules are still quite strict The possession of pornographic images for private use has never been an offence in the UK. This means that UK citizens have always been able to access content on sites overseas without breaking any laws, except for child pornography.Adult pornography that falls under the Government's classification of "extreme pornography" is illegal to possess as of January 26, 2009, carrying a three year prison sentence. This was proposed by the Government after the murder of Jane Longhurst, claiming that such material was viewed by murderer Graham Coutts[Critics of the law point out that the law will criminalise images of legal acts between consenting adults [ and have criticised the lack of evidence of a link between viewing such material, and violent crimeInternet service providers started the Internet Watch Foundation in 1996 to watch for pornographic content that is in violation of British law and report it to the police. The web filter Cleanfeed is used by the largest ISP BT Group to block sites on the IWF's list which includes sites that are "criminally obscene" as well as child pornography.[The government ordered all ISPs to have a cleanfeed system by the end of 2007].

Internet pornography in Australia is subject to a multifaceted regulatory framework. Criminal legislation is in force at the Commonwealth, state and territory levels targeting those involved in the production, dissemination and consumption of illegal internet pornography (including online child abuse pornography and online pornography featuring adults portrayed as children).

It is illegal for internet content providers within Australia to 'broadcast' internet pornography classified as MA15+ to R18+ unless such internet pornography is subject to an age verification system or internet pornography which may be classified as X18+ to RC content that is not subject to an ACMA infringement notice through exceptions.

Under an internet filter, proposed by Sen. Stephen Conroy, internet pornography hosted outside Australia classified by the ACMA under the Classification Board legislation will be blocked if such internet pornography is deemed by the AMCA to be refused classification (RC), or 'potentially' refused classification. Refused classification (RC) does include real child abuse internet pornography and bestiality internet pornography, however it may also include content discussing or illustrating examples of internet pornography (including both, illegal internet pornography and internet pornography featuring adults portrayed as children) which may limit discussion and debate to authorised statutory persons only, rather than open and free public debate.

Criminal legislation is complemented by a further tier of regulation which provides a range of administrative remedies designed to deal with the availability of inappropriate content by removing it from the internet or by blocking access to it.

Online content scheme

Since January 1999, internet pornography considered offensive or illegal has been subject to a statutory scheme administered by Australia's media regulator, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).

Established under Schedule 5 to the Broadcasting Services Act 1992, the online content scheme evolved from a tradition of Australian content regulation in broadcasting and other entertainment media. This tradition embodies the principle that – while adults should be free to see, hear and read what they want – children should be protected from material that may be unsuitable for (or harmful to) them, and everyone should be protected from material that is highly offensive.

The online content scheme seeks to achieve these objectives by a number of means such as complaint investigation processes, government and industry collaboration, and community awareness and empowerment. While administration of the scheme is the responsibility of ACMA, the principle of 'co-regulation' underpinning the scheme reflects parliament's intention that government, industry and the community each plays a role in managing internet safety issues in Australia.

Investigations into internet pornography

A central feature of the online content scheme is the complaints mechanism that allows members of the Australian public to submit complaints to ACMA about offensive and illegal internet content.

Offensive and illegal internet content will be 'prohibited' under the scheme if it meets certain classification thresholds, irrespective of where the content is hosted. If prohibited content is hosted in Australia, ACMA will direct the internet content host to remove the content from its service. If prohibited content is not hosted in Australia, ACMA will notify the content to the suppliers of accredited filters in accordance with the Internet Industry Association's internet content code of practice so that access to that content is blocked for users of those filters.

In addition, sufficiently serious internet content (for example, illegal material such as child pornography) will be referred by ACMA under specialized agreements to the appropriate law enforcement agency, or, where appropriate, to a fellow member of the Internet Hotline Providers' Association (INHOPE).

Between January 2000 and June 2006, ACMA received over 5,000 complaints from the public about offensive and illegal internet content hosted in Australia and overseas, resulting in the removal or blocking of almost 4,000 individual items of online content. Approximately 60% of such content was also referred to law enforcement agencies on the basis that it related to material classifiable as 'RC' (see below).

Classification of internet pornography

Internet pornography will be 'prohibited' by ACMA if certain classification thresholds are met. These thresholds form part of the National Classification Scheme (which also applies to other forms of media such as publications, films and video games) and are agreed by the Attorneys-General of the Commonwealth, States and Territories.

The thresholds are articulated in a National Classification Code and in Guidelines. The Classification Board (part of the Attorney-General's Department) is Australia's official classification body. In the course of investigating potentially prohibited internet content, ACMA may seek a formal classification decision from the Classification Board, or it may make its own assessment of the content against the National Classification Code and in Guidelines.

In summary, the following categories of internet content are prohibited: • Content classifiable as 'RC' ('refused classification'). Such content includes, for example, illegal material (such as child sexual abuse material) and other highly offensive material (such as bestiality). • Content classifiable as 'X18+'. Such content includes material containing real depictions of actual sexual activity. • Content hosted in Australia which is classified 'R18+' and not subject to a restricted access system which complies with criteria determined by ACMA. Content classified R18+ is not considered suitable for minors. Such content includes, for example, material containing implied (or simulated) sexual activity.

Internet pornography will be prohibited if it falls within the 'RC' or 'X18+' classifications or, for content hosted in Australia that is not restricted by an adult verification procedure, if it falls within the 'R18+' classification.
The legal situation in Indonesia tightened sharply in 2008 with the passing of the Bill against Pornography and Pornoaction. Law books of Indonesia KUHP (Kitab Undang-Undang Hukum Perdata) article number 282 says that "it is forbidden to spread pornographic content". But there have been Indonesian pornographic pay sites with Indonesian nude models that exploit legal loopholes.
Hong Kong

Pursuant to the Control of Obscene and Indecent Articles Ordinance (Cap 390), it is an offence to publish an obscene article. Publication covers distribution, circulation, selling, hiring, giving, or lending the obscene article. Distribution by email would fall within the definition of distribution, as would the placing of an obscene article on a web site. It should also be noted that distribution does not require any element of financial gain to be present. The definition of article includes "anything consisting of or containing material to be read or looked at or both read and looked at, any sound recording, and any film, video-tape, disc or other record of a picture or pictures." The article will be considered obscene if, by reason by its obscenity, "it is not suitable to be published by any person." Obscenity includes "violence, depravity and repulsiveness". The penalty for this offence is up to three years imprisonment and a fine of up to HK$1,000,000.
On January 27, 2008, The Hong Kong Police Force arrested suspects who were accused of uploading pornographic images after a multi-billion entertainment company filed a complaint about these photos available on the internet having been fabricated and might charge the offender for defamation.Moreover, the Prevention of Child Pornography Ordinance, Cap.579, was enacted to deal with the problems associated with child pornography in Hong Kong. Under Section 3, dealing in any of the following manners with child pornography, such as "prints, makes, produces, reproduces, copies, imports or exports"; "publishes" or " has in his possession" is an offence. A child is a person under the age of 16. "Child pornography" means a photograph, film, computer-generated image or other visual depiction that is a pornographic depiction of a child. "Pornographic depiction" means a visual depiction that depicts a person as being engaged in explicit sexual conduct, whether or not the person is in fact engaged in such conduct; or a visual depiction that depicts, in a sexual manner or context, the genitals or anal region of a person or the breast of a female person.
Gaza Strip

Hamas authorities of the Gaza Strip began blocking Internet porn sites in late May 2008.
The Media Development Authority, a government-run agency in Singapore, blocks a "symbolic"number of websites containing "mass impact objectionable"[material, including Playboy, YouPorn, and In addition, the Ministry of Education, Singapore blocks access to pornographic websites.