I was a victim of revenge porn. Now I'm speaking out.

I never imagined it would happen to me. 

'Revenge porn' laws are failing the people they should protect

Section 33 of the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 - colloquially, ‘revenge porn’ law - came into force on 13th April 2015. Unlike the resuscitation of existing laws to tackle new transgressions (such as the application of child pornography laws from the 1970s to criminalise ‘sexting’), section 33 was a new provision spearheaded by campaign groups and the mainstream media to target an increasing number of individuals posting explicit images of former partners online without their consent and with the intention to publicly humiliate them.

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