New Czech laws tightening up the rules against child abuse entered into force on Friday. Two new amendments to the Criminal Code make it an offence to establish unlawful contact with minors and to participate in pornographic performances. The new offences have also been widened to cover legal entities, such as companies. Existing laws have also been bolstered, with, for example, a maximum two year prison sentence now in force for those found guilty of trying to temp children to meetings even if the encounter did not finally take place.
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