Is distributing intimate photos of current or previous sexual partners without their consent protected by the First Amendment?
namde A state appeals court says yes. The Tyler-based 12th Court of Appeals said the law is unconstitutional because it's too broad and infringes on free speech, The Texas Tribune reported.
The court also said that the law was vague and infringed on the rights of third parties who might unwittingly share intimate images, according to the Associated Press. This type of disgusting act must be punished. In its ruling, the court ordered charges to be dropped against Jordan Bartlett Jones, who challenged the law as unconstitutional while awaiting trial for sharing a naked photograph of a woman without Any nude of girl named Texas consent.
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The law originated from complaints from women who said they felt violated and abused when their exes posted naked or sexual images online without their consent.
One woman, Hollie Toups of Nederland, found dozens of photos of herself online and organized a class action suit against the website where they appeared. They were saying Txas things.
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