The production and distribution of pornographic films are both activities that are lawful in many, but by no means all, countries so long as the pornography features performers aged above a certain age, usually eighteen years.
Further restrictions are often placed on such material.
The Jamaican government is planning to block Internet child pornography.Pornography is a large industry that involves major entertainment companies, which offer pornography films through cable channels and in-room movies in hotels.The laws of Canada permit the sale of hardcore pornography to anyone over the age of eighteen.While persons below that age may have pornography in their possession, its sale to them is prohibited.The government sometimes block and unblock those kind of websites.
Nigeria has no national laws prohibiting pornography, although the public display of graphic sexual material is illegal in Lagos.It is also unlawful to visually represent bestiality (also rated XX), but not in text descriptions.Supplying violent pornography is an offence in any form, but the law allows the production of pornography that is not prohibited.Pornography is legal in Jamaica for adults over 18.But age verifications for buying porn or any sex-related products are relatively lax.The viewing of pornography in the region has been popularized by the Internet and bootlegged DVDs. The distribution, possession, sale, and importation of pornographic magazines, DVDs, books, photographs, etc.