A pornografia não-consensual nem sempre diz respeito a vingança, mas sempre tem a ver com privacidade. É por isso que as leis de privacidade - de intrusões a exigências de confidencialidade e voyeurismo - não exigem que os acusados tenham sido motivados pelo desejo de prejudicar ou assediar as vítimas. A violação proposital da privacidade é a substância do crime.
Mary Anne Franks is a Professor of Law at the University of Miami School of Law, where she teaches criminal law, criminal procedure, family law, and First Amendment issues. She is also the Legislative and Tech Policy Director and Vice-President of the the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative. Mary Anne received her law degree from Harvard Law School and her doctorate and master's degree from Oxford University, where she studied on a Rhodes Scholarship. She has previously taught at the University of Chicago Law School and Harvard University. She has published several articles on cyber harassment, free speech, and gender-based violence and is a frequent media commentator on issues of cyberlaw, criminal law, and family law. Follow on LinkedIn, Twitter @ma_franks. See more of her work at Moving Targets.
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