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Stop non-consensually shared intimate content from being viewed online. #NotYoursToView

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The current legal framework concerning intimate image abuse makes it legal for non-consensually shared intimate images to be viewed online even after a perpetrator has been convicted.  


At the UK's Revenge Porn Helpline, there are over 30,000 URLs containing non-consensually shared intimate content that we are powerless to remove because of the current legal system that permits it to be seen.

What do we want to achieve?

It is reasonable to expect that those victims of non-consensual intimate image abuse would have the support of the law to prevent their content from being seen online, especially where the perpetrator has been convicted. This is not the case. 

The Online Safety Act will strengthen expectations on the removal of NCII content. However, not only are Internet Service Providers (who deliver online content) not subject to this law, but the law actually prevents them from blocking access to NCII content, even when the perpetrator has been convicted.

For this to change, we need Government to make necessary legal amendments in order to ensure any non-consensually shared intimate images are blocked from being viewed online.

How can you help?

We need your support to ensure that any individual impacted by intimate image abuse receives a clearer means of redress as well as appropriate protections against this crime. 

We’re calling on industry, organisations, NGOs and influential figures to sign this petition, to show Government that this legal change is essential.

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