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Slim’s Criminal Law News May 8 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

Is it Legal to Post ‘Revenge Porn’ in Australia?

“Revenge porn”. It’s when a partner or ex-partner posts nude or intimate pictures or videos online to cause humiliation, intimidation or embarrassment. Australia has strict laws prohibiting the creation of pornographic material without the participant’s knowledge or consent – but what if they knew they were being recorded? As it turns out, in the absence of better laws, perpetrators are largely getting away with it.

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Slim’s Criminal Law News May 13 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

Canada’s Expanding Revenge Porn Laws Could Threaten Journalistic Freedom

Websites trafficking in pornographic images that have been uploaded without the subject’s consent are forcing the legal world to scramble and update the law.

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Slim’s Criminal Law News Sept 2 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

Punishing a twenty-first century crime

‘Revenge porn’ woman first to be prosecuted under new law

The first woman to be prosecuted under new revenge porn laws, introduced in England and Wales in April, has dodged a prison sentence.

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Slim’s Criminal Law News July 28 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

Google’s new strategy against revenge porn

Google Revenge Porn Policy Makes It Almost Go Away

NEW YORK (WOMENSENEWS)–Carrie A. Goldberg is happy about Google’s announcement that it will help victims of revenge porn remove harmful images.

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Slim’s Criminal Law News June 17 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

How Australia is dealing with revenge porn.

How social media and the law are striking back at revenge porn

How would you feel if someone posted nude or explicit photos of you online? How about if they were posted by a former partner following a separation? Most people would be understandably mortified.

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