D Keats Citron and M A Franks, ‘Criminalizing Revenge Porn’ (2014) 49 Wake Forest Law Review 345; University of Maryland Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2014-1, state at p 347 (notes omitted) in reference to the United States:

D Keats Citron and M A Franks, ‘Criminalizing Revenge Porn’ (2014) 49 Wake Forest Law Review 345; University of Maryland Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2014-1, state at p 347 (notes omitted) in reference to the United States:

Revenge porn victims have only recently come forward to describe the grave harms they have suffered, including stalking, loss of professional and educational opportunities, and psychological damage. As with domestic violence and sexual assault, victims of revenge porn suffer negative consequences for speaking out, including the risk of increased harm. We are only now beginning to get a sense of how large the problem of revenge porn is now that brave, outspoken victims have opened a space for others to tell their stories. The fact that non-consensual porn so often involves the Internet and social media, the public, law enforcement, and the judiciary sometimes struggle to understand the mechanics of the conduct and the devastation it can cause.

How should Australians prepare themselves for similar developments here?

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