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Deconstructing the Statutory Landscape of "Revenge Porn": An Evaluation of the Elements That Make an Effective Nonconsensual Pornography Statute American Criminal Law Review (IF3.455), Pub Date : 2020-09-01, DOI: Jonathan S. Sales, Jessica A. Magaldi
Changes in social mores and technology have yielded the phenomenon of sext-ing, which includes the capturing and forwarding of intimate images through the Internet. Research reveals that nearly fifty percent of adults in the United States have sent or received intimate digital content. At the same time, the confluence of these changes has spawned new violations of privacy and predatory actions when these images are made available on the Internet without the subject’s consent. The re-distribution or dissemination of these intimate images without the consent of the subject and without a legitimate purpose (such as a law enforcement investigation) is referred to as nonconsensual pornography (“NCP”).