A Victoria-area teen who's facing trial for sexting naked photos of her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend also may have fallen afoul of the law of unintended consequences. The year-old Saanich girl faces charges of possession and distribution of child pornography and uttering threats after allegedly texting nude photos of another girl, CBC News reports. But her lawyer considers the porn charges overkill and plans to mount a constitutional challenge if she's convicted. They were aimed at adults who exploit children, he argued. Catholic teacher kept quiet about husband sexting student ]. The B.
Young Nova Scotia men treated girls’ nude photos ‘like baseball cards’: Crown
Young Nova Scotia men treated girls’ nude photos ‘like baseball cards’: Crown | Toronto Sun
July 31, July 31, 4: The boys, who are all from the Bridgewater area, have admitted to forming a private Facebook group where they decided to exchange photos of at least 20 girls, ranging in age from 13 to 17, without their consent. They were scheduled to be sentenced Monday, but the case was adjourned until Sept. Defence lawyers had also asked for more time after the Crown submitted a brief outlining proposed penalties. The page document, submitted in Bridgewater provincial court, says the young men should be prohibited from using social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and Snapchat. It recommends against jail time, but says the six young men should be on probation for two years, with the possibility of reducing that.
Rehtaeh Parsons. If a person poses nude for a photograph and wishes for it to be shared with the world, I stand behind their right to do so. There is more than enough sexually explicit imagery of consenting people available on the internet. So my question is:
They were handed conditional charges after admitting to exchanging intimate images of at least 20 girls without their consent. Lawyer David Fraser challenged the Cyber-safety Act, arguing it was too broad and an 'unreasonable' infringement of freedom of expression rights. Murray Segal, a former chief prosecutor, conducted the review, which found, 'The decision not to lay charges of sexual assault was understandable'. Why were military police sent after the serviceman who edited Rehtaeh Parsons' Wikipedia page?