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It is clear that revenge porn remains a top agenda item for legislators across the United States; the CCRI worked with California congresswoman Jackie Speier to proposal a federal law in this area in 2015 entitled the Intimate Privacy Protection Act.

In my professional opinion, I believe it will come to pass after Congress and the powers that be sort out the First Amendment implications (for a great discussion on this, please see Pace Law Professor John Humbach’s paper on this from September 2014 entitled The Constitution and Revenge Porn).

Below are some suggestions and avenues for recourse, and we’ll keep adding to this as more formal assistance becomes available.Furthermore, even if the images were voluntarily sent, they were done so with an implied agreement of trust.All human relationships are built on trust, and everyone would do well to humbly and graciously remember the times when the trust they gave in good faith to someone else was callously broken and stomped on.Currently, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, New York, Rhode Island, and South Carolina have bills pending in legislation.New Hampshire’s law classifies the behavior as a Class B felony and goes into effect on July 18, and considers it a Gross Misdemeanor.

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