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Rob Kardashian And Blac Chyna At Sky Beach Club

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Since 2014, California’s penal code has defined “revenge porn,” or “nonconsensual pornography,” as the intentional distribution of intimate photos or videos of another “identifiable person” that were intended to remain private and, when shared, caused “serious emotional distress.”

The offense carries a penalty of up to six months in jail and a fine of up to $1,000. (Washington Post)

Now before revenge porn was deemed illegal, judges would tell victims (who are often women) that they had no legal redress because they had consented to sending the original image. Activists argued that consenting to sending the original image to someone isn’t the same as consenting to send the original image to the entire internet. SMH. Rob should’ve thought that one through!!!

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