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Israel’s new law to send ‘revenge porn’ uploaders to jail for five years

07.01.2014 12:54

The Knesset passed an amendment to the Sexual Harassment Bill which stipulates that no sexually explicit image or video can be uploaded to the internet, a measure that is expected to curtail so-called revenge porn incidences.

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Say No To 08.07.2014 13:04

"White laws" (like this one) need to be enacted, in order to handle the ever increasing amount of "White Trash" Western societies are slowly becoming ...

 

John Smith 05.05.2014 07:06

This stupid law will be impossible to enforce, women need to keep there legs together, and stop acting like sl*ts.

 

John Lion 11.01.2014 10:33

WTH why and how come Israel is always country of freedom like US now they uploaded this law?!?

 

Donna Marie 08.01.2014 18:24

I cant believe people are dumb enough to believe that every country is not watching them on the internet . All countries are doing the same thing . As far as spying on people without their knowledge having sex . It is grouse and immoral . There should be laws in every country .

 

john robert roworth 08.01.2014 13:49

To betray a former lover in this manner is disgraceful. The perbetrators deserve all they get. What manner of a man would behave in this fashion?

 

view1st 07.01.2014 23:53

Pity they won't ban pornography full stop.

 

Paykan Aref 07.01.2014 21:22

(Edward Snoden :one day will be come no one of us has it is own privacy till little baby).

 

Chick Key 07.01.2014 17:28

This is an excellent development. In addition to criminal sanctions, victims should be encouraged to sue in civil court for monetary damages related to emotional distress, defamation, counselling, etc...

 

becquerrelle 07.01.2014 15:41

But of course this would NEVER happen in Pure Israel - or would it?

A few months ago here in Sunny Southern California I saw a xeroxed flyer from a man claiming that a Homeless BiPolar Woman from El Salvador gave him Multiple STDs and that she Deliberately Targeted Israelis

Re ally

He had Unprotected Sex with a Homeless Girl and Blamed the Inevitable on Her - As an Israeli he can Find No Fault in Himself

Loo ks like God saw this Differently

 

Alex Semiletow 07.01.2014 15:36

On this issue the ACLU missed the target... as much as I agree on most issues they take head on, this one is something the ACLU should leave alone.

 

Frank Fileccia 07.01.2014 15:13

circe801 07.01.2014 14:48

in an unusual turn of events, i disagree with the ACLU on this one--it should NOT be protected "speech" without the consent of the person concerned--the absence of consent SHOULD MAKE IT ILLEGAL... just my opinion, though, i guess.

  


I agree. The ACLU is way off base on this one

 

circe801 07.01.2014 14:48

in an unusual turn of events, i disagree with the ACLU on this one--it should NOT be protected "speech" without the consent of the person concerned--the absence of consent SHOULD MAKE IT ILLEGAL... just my opinion, though, i guess.

 

revealsins2me 07.01.2014 14:06

so all you have to do is say she knew about it then it becomes he said she said. or get someone else to upload it saying you sold the device it was stored on and plead ignorance of the action. this will not stop revenge uploads, moral choices and respect is only way to do that.

 

Siebrand Schouterden 07.01.2014 13:34

Unlike my view on Israel, I find this a good thing.

 

Ching Paul 07.01.2014 13:30

should i laugh at it, i mean, its a very profitable industry and people will go abroad and sell or upload on cloud and their friends abroad will do the rest.m i right?

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