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It is a crime in Queensland to share an intimate image of someone without their consent in a way that could reasonably cause distress to the other person. This applies to threats made to the person in the image, or threats to anyone else. An intimate image is defined under the new laws, and might include a photograph or video of a person:.
If someone gave you the image or gave you permission to see the image, it does not mean they have agreed to anyone else seeing it. The maximum penalty for sharing or threatening to share an intimate image without consent is 3 years in prison.
The courts can also order people who share the images—or even threaten to share the images—to take reasonable action to remove, destroy or delete them. If someone has shared or is threatening to share an intimate image of you or someone you know, you can:. Home Your rights, crime and the law Crime and police Types of crime Sharing intimate images without consent.
Print Sharing intimate images without consent It is a crime in Queensland to share an intimate image of someone without their consent in a way that could reasonably cause distress to the other person. A person under 16 cannot legally give consent.
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