‘Revenge porn’, where ex-partners share intimate photos or videos without permission, has become a problem globally because of improvements in technology. Photo: AFP

Singapore outlaws revenge porn and cyber-flashing in clampdown on digital sexual offences

  • People who distribute or threaten to distribute revenge porn, or send unsolicited images of their private parts, may face a range of punishments including jail time
  • The law changes are a part of a major overhaul of Singapore’s penal code, which also saw the state criminalising marital rape, banning child sex dolls, and decriminalising suicide
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‘Revenge porn’, where ex-partners share intimate photos or videos without permission, has become a problem globally because of improvements in technology. Photo: AFP
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