Jokes are over. Pathology on the web will be considered a crime, and pathostreamers may even be imprisoned.
The end of pathostreams? It’s about time!
As reported by the Wirtualnemedia.pl portal, an extremely important bill will be submitted to the Sejm next week, which may put an end to pathostreams. Pathology on the web will finally be perceived as a real crime, and the “creators” of such content will be able to go to prison. What’s more, the new regulations are also intended to affect people who pay money to the hosts of such streams – after all, it is financial support for such activities.
We don’t really need to make anyone aware of what pathostreaming is… unfortunately. In Antyweb, Jakub Szczęsny often informs about the harmfulness of this part of the Internet – but it turns out that for the government the biggest trigger to take action was not Daniel Magical, Rafatus or other “cream” of such broadcasts. This is a reaction to the recent tragic event from Dąbrowa Górnicza, when a father choked his 7-year-old son during live.
Online violence will no longer be acceptable
The portal Wirtalnemedia.pl, in an interview with Michał Wójcik, Deputy Minister of Justice dealing with the amendment of the act, learned that the penalties are to cover both people who commit violence against people or animals, as well as people recording the entire event and disseminating it online:
The first thing: we want patostreaming to be regulated in the penal code, because today there is a problem of which provision can be charged. The second thing: we want this crime to be punishable by a high penalty.
Patostreaming is to be included in the penal code, which will finally lead to the end of one of the most harmful and dark sides of the internet. The whole project is to be revealed next week – consultations with the ministry are still underway on it at the moment.
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