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By Loyd Brumfield. Is distributing intimate photos of current or previous sexual partners without their consent protected by the First Amendment? A state appeals court says yes. The Tyler-based 12th Court of Appeals said the law is unconstitutional because it's too broad and infringes on free speech, The Texas Tribune reported. The court also said that the law was vague and infringed on the rights of third parties who might unwittingly share intimate images, according to the Associated Press.
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Do Parents Invade Children's Privacy When They Post Photos Online?
As humans, it's in our nature to want to share. We share stories, we share meals, we share information. And with the global adoption of social media, we can now share with more people, more easily than ever before. This is a great thing in so many ways.
A Colorado law designed to punish people for revenge porn — posting intimate photos of former lovers or spouses on the internet typically following a breakup — has resulted in nearly charges since it was passed three years ago, but securing convictions and guilty pleas has been a challenge. There have been misdemeanor cases for nonconsensual pornography filed since House Bill became law in July Just over a third of those have resulted in guilty pleas or verdicts, reflecting the difficulty of proving the cases but also, possibly, weaknesses in the law. In a lawsuit recently filed in Denver District Court, a three-time Paralympian accuses her airline pilot ex-boyfriend of circulating nude photos she shared with him during their relationship.