Taking or sharing intimate photos or videos of children or young people is usually considered child abuse and will be dealt with under other criminal law. Childline has advice and counselling about sexting for young people under 18, including getting help if you've sent or received sexual photos or videos. They are deliberately using a form of technical obfuscation to make it difficult to work on them. But where does online sexual harassment fit into this picture? I have come to terms with what happened, and most importantly, have stopped blaming myself. He admitted what he did and said sorry,' she said.
If your intimate photos or videos are shared without your consent - Citizens Advice Scotland
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