Change the Law: No More Naming of Revenge Porn Victims
Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire, has joined forces with revenge porn victim Keeley Richards-Shaw to call for an urgent change to the law.
The law currently gives victims of revenge porn no right to anonymity. Unlike victims of other sexual assaults, anyone can name them – meaning they can be publically named across the media, something which, on top of the crime itself, causes on-going suffering and distress.
Julia Mulligan wants to hear your views on Revenge Porn
As part of her research for this campaign Julia would like to hear your views on Revenge Porn and has produced a short survey.
The survey is open to everyone and takes less than two minutes to complete.