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Possession of pornography is punishable by up to 3 years in prison, a fine of CN¥ 20,000, or up to life imprisonment for large underground distributors.
In 2010 China shut down 60,000 pornographic websites according to the news agency Reuters, arresting almost 5,000 suspects in the process.
Since 2009, pornographic websites have been blocked by the South Korean government.
In 2012 the Ministry of Public Administration and Security released statistics that cited 39.5% of South Korean children having experienced watching online pornography, with 14.2% of those who have viewed online pornography reportedly "wanting to imitate" it.
Any film studio found in violation may have its license revoked.
As a result of this regulation and censorship, adult films and media can only be obtained through the Internet and on the black market.
Directors, producers, and actors involved in pornographic films have been barred from competing in any film competitions.Possession of pornography became widespread among elites during the late 1990s.Political and army elites are the most active consumers of pornography.Due to the high number of expatriates in this country, pornography from various regions such as the Americas, Africa and Europe are easily available in retail shops known as 'kedai runcit'.It is illegal to sell to minors, and it is illegal to produce pornography unless for personal use.