Revenge porn legislation introduced in NSW so 'sleazebags' risk jail time: Attorney-General

Posted in: Child Protection&Online Safety at 21/05/2017 22:55

New legislation to criminalise the non-consensual distribution of intimate images, known as "revenge porn", has been introduced by the New South Wales Attorney-General.

The new laws would cover photos and videos of a person's private parts or a person engaging in a private act like undressing, showering or having sex.

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Revenge porn crackdown: NSW offenders could be jailed for up to three years [AAP]
People who post revenge porn images of former partners could be jailed for up to three years under laws to be introduced in New South Wales.

Perpetrators could also be fined up to $11,000 for posting the intimate images without consent.

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