The lingering fear in a relationship of indulging in a gallery of explicit pictures or video’s for your partner’s pleasure is scarier then ever in the age of social media and the web. “Revenge Porn” must have reached an entire new level, because a Arizona Senate House Bill had enough votes to enforce revengeful lover’s to face jail or a hefty fine!
“Revenge Porn” is classified as a Felony and more states should adopt the Law nationwide and hold people accountable for their crude actions!
“I don’t want my jewels out on display for everybody’s viewing pleasure, because you mad for whatever reason that we split! Seriously Get a Life and Move on!” If your partner stoops to that level at least you can have the comfort in knowing you were right about ridding that toxic relationship out of your life!
The Arizona Senate has given initial approval to a revision of a 2014 law barring so-called “revenge porn.” House Bill 2561 passed on a voice vote Monday now awaits a formal vote.
Republican Rep. J.D. Mesnard of Chandler says the changes should address constitutional concerns raised by publishers and photographers in a lawsuit. But the groups that sued say they don’t allay concerns that the law made anyone distributing or displaying a nude image without explicit permission guilty of a felony.
Mesnard got unanimous support last year for his bill making it a crime for jilted lovers to post nude photos of their former partners online. The American Civil Liberties Union sued on behalf of three groups. The two sides agreed to block it to allow revisions.
via AZ central