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Australia: Time for stronger laws against revenge porn - Stacks Law Firm

One in five Australians have been affected by revenge porn or image-based abuse – when intimate images are posted online.
Mondaq

Jail time for NSW revenge porn culprits

Legislation aimed at stopping people from posting intimate photographs of ex-partners, known as revenge porn, will be introduced to NSW parliament this week.
SBS

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News video: These Senators Just Introduced A Bill To Combat The Military's Naked Photo Scandal

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Two senators on the Armed Services Committee, Joni Ernst and Kirsten Gillibrand, introduced a new bill Thursday to combat sexual harassment and revenge porn in the military and by implementing a number..
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News video: Revenge porn is a huge problem on Facebook

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37 states and D.C. have laws against revenge porn.
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News video: Women Marines Say They Are The Largest Target For Revenge Porn

Women Marines Say They Are The Largest Target For Revenge Porn 00:46

According to a report released by the Department of Defense, women in the Marines have reported being victims of revenge porn at higher rate than their peers in other military branches. The report,..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Case Continues for Victims of Marine Nude Photo Scandal

Case Continues for Victims of Marine Nude Photo Scandal 00:45

Alleged victims of the nude-photo scandal in the Marine Corps met with reporters along with attorney Gloria Allred Thursday to blast the military for what they deem a slow call to action. In March, the..
Source: Wochit News -

News video: Facebook Live Killings Highlight a Global Issue

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The killings of an infant and an elderly man and the sexual assault of a woman on Facebook have raised concerns about its livestreaming service.
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Sharing or recording 'intimate images' without consent to attract three years jail

New state laws will work with federal powers aimed at 'revenge porn'.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

Revenge porn penalties proposed: 'They should do time over it'

Stalking victim Robyn Night's boyfriend posed as her online to direct random men to rape her. She had almost given up on revenge porn laws.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

New penalties signal long-awaited crackdown on 'revenge porn'

People who share or post sexually explicit images of others without their consent will face tough new penalties if a national proposal to combat revenge porn is passed into law.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

New revenge porn penalties proposed

The Turnbull government wants feedback on new civil penalties for people who share revenge porn.
SBS

Canberra Liberals move to outlaw 'revenge porn'

Jeremy Hanson's laws include jail terms of up to two years for posting images without consent.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

ACT Greens urge government action to combat image abuse and 'revenge porn'

More than 500 people have signed a petition calling on the ACT Legislative Assembly to criminalise the non-consensual disclosure of sexual images.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Sexual selfies' risk as one in five fall prey to revenge porn

One in five Australians have been the victim of so-called revenge porn, with indigenous and disabled people the most common targets.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

One in five fall prey to 'revenge porn'

Indigenous and disabled people are the most likely to fall victim to 'revenge porn', a survey has found.
SBS

Survey finds men and women equal victims of revenge porn attacks

Lesbian, gay and bisexual people are more likely to be victims of "revenge porn", according to a survey of 4274 people.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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