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CA: SHARING ‘REVENGE PORN’ WOULD GET YOU ON THE SEX OFFENDER LIST UNDER PROPOSED CALIFORNIA LAW

Sharing “revenge porn” could lead to more prison time and a spot on California’s sex offender registry under a proposed law carried by former California Highway Patrol officer.

California in 2013 became the first state to outlaw revenge porn when it made it a misdemeanor to share “intimate images” of a person without their consent. The current penalty for a first offense is six months in jail.

Assemblyman Tom Lackey, R-Palmdale, thinks the sentence needs to be tougher. read more

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