Ugandan authorities have stepped up their crusade against pornographer by investing $88,000 in a device that will reportedly identify whether there is porn on mobile phones, laptops and other devices.

From Quartz Africa

Uganda’s morals police are investing $88,000 in a “porn-detection machine”

Having nude photos on mobile and electronic devices in Uganda can land you in jail for up to 10 years under the country’s anti-pornography law, which parliament passed in 2014 with an aim to “stamp pornography out of the Ugandan society.”

As part of the clampdown, Simon Lokodo, Uganda’s minister of ethics, told state-owned media that the country has bought an $88,000 pornography-detection machine from a company in South Korea. It will arrive in Uganda next month, he said.

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