The existing laws often fail to protect victims of revenge porn, or image-based sexual abuse, most of whom are women in their early 20s, according to the Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women. Photo: Shutterstock The existing laws often fail to protect victims of revenge porn, or image-based sexual abuse, most of whom are women in their early 20s, according to the Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women. Photo: Shutterstock
The existing laws often fail to protect victims of revenge porn, or image-based sexual abuse, most of whom are women in their early 20s, according to the Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women. Photo: Shutterstock
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For victims of image-based sexual abuse in Hong Kong, legal reforms can’t come quick enough

  • Legal experts welcome amendment, saying it is an essential step to plug a gap in existing law
  • The changes will align Hong Kong laws with those in Australia, Britain, Canada and Singapore, they say

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The existing laws often fail to protect victims of revenge porn, or image-based sexual abuse, most of whom are women in their early 20s, according to the Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women. Photo: Shutterstock The existing laws often fail to protect victims of revenge porn, or image-based sexual abuse, most of whom are women in their early 20s, according to the Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women. Photo: Shutterstock
The existing laws often fail to protect victims of revenge porn, or image-based sexual abuse, most of whom are women in their early 20s, according to the Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women. Photo: Shutterstock
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