2013, English, Article edition: Inquiry into sexting / Report of the Law Reform Committee for the Inquiry into Sexting. [electronic resource] / Victoria. Parliament. Law Reform Committee

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  • 1 electronic text (xxviii, 224 p.) : PDF file.
  • Text and graphics; available to view from PDF file.
Published
  • Melbourne : Victorian Government Printer, 2013.
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • Inquiry into sexting Report of the Law Reform Committee for the Inquiry into Sexting.
Author
  • Victoria. Parliament. Law Reform Committee
Other Authors
  • Newton-Brown, Clem.
Published
  • Melbourne : Victorian Government Printer, 2013.
Medium
  • [electronic resource] /​
Physical Description
  • 1 electronic text (xxviii, 224 p.) : PDF file.
  • Text and graphics; available to view from PDF file.
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Summary
  • This Inquiry was commissioned to investigate 'sexting' in Victoria - the creating, sharing, sending or posting of sexually explicit messages or images via the internet, mobile phones or other electronic devices by people. It investigated the incidence, prevalence and nature of sexting, the extent and effectiveness of existing awareness and education about the social and legal effect and ramifications of sexting; and the appropriateness and adequacy of existing laws. A particular focus is sexting by young people and the appropriateness of criminal sanctions and sex offender registration for this age group. This report presents the findings and recommendations of the Inquiry. The report argues that some sexting between young people should not be treated as child pornography, and recommends that new defences to child pornography offences be introduced to Victorian legislation.
Contents
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Sexting: nature, incidence and prevalence
  • 3. Education about sexting
  • 4. Sexting and the criminal law
  • 5. Young people and the criminal justice system
  • 6. Appropriateness and adequacy of criminal laws
  • 7. Non-criminal law and sexting
  • Appendices.
Notes
  • "May 2013"
  • Mr Clem Newton-Brown, MP (Chair).
  • Includes bibliographic references (p. 203-211)
  • Text and graphics; available to view from PDF file.
  • Also issued in print.
Technical Details
  • Mode of access: via the internet.
Language
  • English
ISBN
  • 9780980720181
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