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Japan on Wednesday passed its first law aimed at protecting people from being pressured into appearing in porn films, a move hailed as a “groundbreaking” bid to fight exploitation in the multibillion-dollar industry.

The new law is intended to prevent talent scouts offering work as a model or idol performer before pushing recruits into sex and nudity.

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