A case in the courts yesterday has opened up a discussion about public responsibility if you are texted or messaged unwanted material. A woman was sentenced to a four month suspended sentence for possessing child abuse material, after a video was sent to her against her will. The court heard, and the judge agreed, that she received the video “innocently” from a man she knew only by his first name. She deleted it immediately when she realised what it contained. What should you do if you are sent unwanted material? Ciara chats to Daragh O’Brien Managing Director of Castlebridge .
What should you do if you are sent unwanted material?
A case in the courts yesterday has opened up a discussion about public responsibility if you a...
16.11 5 Feb 2020
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