Revenge porn – does the law need to change?

Whilst there have been numerous cries for a new law to be introduced the term revenge porn can more than likely be brought to an end via either criminal proeedings via the Communications Act 2003 or the Malicious Communications Act 1988 and even the Protection from Harassment Act 1997. Suitable legislation can also be found for the possession of indecent images for chidren under 18.Â

Whilst you may have difficulties in persuading an already overburdended police to take this on you could hit the rat in her/his pocket by suing her/him in a civil court.Â

Sue the pants of him or her – he or she wont do it again.Â

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