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People whose intimate images are shared online without their consent can now report it to a spec...

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12.47 2 Sep 2021


''Someone decided to record it, it went around the school & the local town...''


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12.47 2 Sep 2021


People whose intimate images are shared online without their consent can now report it to a special hotline to help get them removed.   

It is part of a new campaign, being launched today to highlight how sharing such images without consent is a form of abuse and can carry a penalty of up to seven years in prison. 

Andrea spoke to Roisin Nic Lochlainn  a victim of this crime in the past to share her story, Alicia-Joy O’Sullivan, the founder of Safety Over Stigma a campaign to end victim blaming towards victims of online abuse and harassment and Dr.Caroline West, Sex educator & host of Glow West podcast...

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