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Have You Been a Victim of Revenge Porn?

Revenge porn is when someone shares sexually explicit images or videos of another person without their consent, whether it be online or offline, with the aim of causing distress or harm.
Revenge porn can fall under Cyber Crime and convictions can fall under various acts depending on age and content of the material. If found guilty, the suspect could be imposed to serve 2 years' imprisonment.

With the development of technology such as mobile camera technology and digital media the sharing of sexual messages has become the norm.

However, once the video has been sent the sender no longer has control of the image or video and this can then be shared on all forms of social media, reaching potentially millions of viewers.

Since April recent legislation changes has made revenge porn a specific criminal offence that means that offenders caught sharing revenge porn images online can face prosecution and land up to convicted a maximum of 2 years in prison.

Here are five things that revenge porn solicitors/lawyer wish you knew about revenge porn and how the law can work for you

1.

They can be removed

You can get the pictures taken down, you may think that once indecent images are on the web that nothing can be done, but your lawyer/solicitor can fight to get these images/videos removed and have been doing so long before the new law was created.

Your London Solicitor's that specialise in revenge porn cases are involved in a lot of internet clean up and it's not as hard as you may think.

If you've taken the photo yourself then you usually own its copyright and without your permission this counts as copyright infringement.

2. Legal action doesn't mean you must go to court

If you go to your solicitor for advice we can send official letters to the person who posted your pictures explaining that they can be sued or go to prison for damages.

Your London solicitor would send a serious letter explaining the consequences of their actions, this can help stop the perpetrator and make them realise that they need to remove any indecent pictures off the internet.

3. The law is on your side

The new revenge porn legislation means that the law is on your side and you will be taken seriously by the police and your London solicitor. Don't make the mistake of thinking that because you sent the pictures to the person that put the indecent image online that it is somehow your fault.
Just because the image was sent with your initial consent this does not stop the sharing of the image an offence.

4. It's important to secure the evidence

It can be hard and awkward to show more people the indecent image however it is important to show the police the image or video that has been posted online so that your solicitor has evidence to help you win your revenge porn case.

The police also have the power to seize evidence, including computers and computer data.

5. Don't retaliate

If you've just seen your private pictures posted online then you may want to get your revenge on your ex, however this will make everything worse and could see you getting yourself in trouble with the police.
The best thing to do is either contact a solicitor that specialises in revenge porn to sort out the evidence and get a case against them.

Revenge porn is usually committed by ex-partners or someone you know. It is a violation of privacy and can cause humiliation and distress.

Sexually explicit images or videos not only covers material that shows genitals but also anything that a reasonable person would consider as sexual, including posing in a provocative way or engaging in sexual behaviour.

Prevent yourself from becoming victim of revenge porn

The best way to stop revenge porn happening to you is to not send anything.
Regardless of how you send it or how much you think you know the person receiving the material, think carefully, is it worth it? Check your privacy settings of online accounts regularly and don't share personal information or contact details online. Once anything is published online, it can be hard to take it down. Don't keep sexual material of yourself on your devices and keep passwords private and different.

If someone manages to hack into your device, they could access everything you have on it.

If you think you are victim to revenge porn, report it straight away. Contact the website or media it is on, contact the police and get evidence by taking photos or screenshots of it.
Finally contact the Revenge Porn Helpline or our Revenge Porn Solicitors, London. At Stuart Miller Solicitors, we have expert Revenge public porn Lawyers in London that will help you fight your case and get you the justice you deserve.

Stuart Miller Solicitors is an experienced, innovative and professional solicitors firm that offers comprehensive legal solutions for criminal offence.

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PORN ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

Current useless advice

There is a lot of non-sense advice handed out with regard to porn ED.

Stop watching porn, see a sex councilor, stop masturbating – all completely wrong.

For a start the vast majority of men will sooner swallow a razor blade than visit a sex councilor. Masturbating to porn is very habit forming and although they might be able to cut back slightly they are never going to stop completely while their sex lives are not giving them satisfaction.

This sort of advice is going to hold things up or discourage the sufferer completely.

Any form of Erectile Dysfunction can be very damaging to a relationship, so the sooner it is sorted out the better. I wonder how many failed relationships these so called experts are responsible for!

The under lying feeling behind this advice is that video porn is dirty so no wonder it's effecting your “normal” sex life – complete bunkum.

Overcoming Porn Erectile Dysfunction

Porn can be a useful tool to liven things up in the bedroom with your partner if used correctly.

In fact when porn is being used it is a sign that things are stale in the bedroom.

If possible, the ideal solution is for both of you to watch it at the same time.

This will give both of you a boost as long as you both feel comfortable with it.

The problem is that some women will take it as an insult. They feel that they should be enough.

Some women have an old fashion idea that because of love, just turning up is enough for their partners to perform.

Unfortunately life isn't like that and sex can become a bit of a drudge without some adventure.

The other complication is that even if you both like porn, you may not want to watch the same things.

So you have to talk to each other and take turns.

Maybe when your partner is watching something that turns her on but doesn't do a lot for you, you can busy yourself on some of her sensitive areas and enjoy her enjoyment.

When porn is an absolute no for your partner, there are other things you can do.

When you're masturbating to porn, don't climax! Leave it for your partner. This will get you into such a state you will probably ravage your partner later on.

When you're having sex with your partner think of some of your favorite sequences from the porn films.

For all you know, she is fantasizing too!

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