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#explicit images

# explicit-images - Wednesday 4 January, 2017

'I will hunt you down and find you': Meet the New York solicitor who's tackling revenge porn

Strict new laws on revenge porn are set to come into effect in Ireland.

# explicit-images - Friday 5 February, 2016

Investigation over revenge porn allegations at UCD

The university said any student found to have shared intimate images of other students could face expulsion.

# explicit-images - Tuesday 1 September, 2015

A 24 year old has become the first woman to be convicted of revenge porn

Paige Mitchell posted the photos on Facebook after a violent row with her girlfriend.

# explicit-images - Thursday 20 November, 2014

'Revenge porn' may not be punishable through Irish law

The Law Reform Commission says there are gaps in the harassment laws that need to be addressed.

# explicit-images - Sunday 12 October, 2014

The UK is set to make "revenge porn" a criminal offence

The practice involves sharing explicit pictures of exes online.

# explicit-images - Wednesday 23 July, 2014

'Do I want my mum to see this?': New app aims to stop teens sexting

The app works by sending a copy of any images taken on the child’s phone to their parents.

# explicit-images - Monday 3 March, 2014

Column: Children don't understand the consequences of sexting

Children as young as 10 have engaged in ‘sexting’ – sending explicit images or texts to another person — but they are distanced from the reality of what they are doing, writes Dr Maureen Griffin.

# explicit-images - Wednesday 24 July, 2013

Column: We should follow Britain’s lead and crack down on internet porn

David Cameron is planning an extensive crackdown on widespread access to online pornography – we must recognise the intense harm sexually explicit material has on children and follow suit, writes Ashley Balbirnie.