Pandemic fuels 329% 許容可能な年齢チェックに合格するには

許容可能な年齢チェックに合格するには 329% 許容可能な年齢チェックに合格するには: Met Police records 1,185 cases of private snaps and videos illegally shared online in last yearwith victims as young as TEN

  • ‘Worryingnumber of revenge porn offences increased by 329 per cent in year
  • Freedom of Information data shows cases have soared during the pandemic
  • Among the recorded revenge porn offences are victims who are young as ten
  • Victims of Image Crime founder, Folami Prehaye, said lockdown played vital role
  • Revenge porn reports have soared during the pandemic after the number of offences increased by 329 per cent over a 13-month period in ロンドンwith some victims as young as ten.

    The data, released by the Metropolitan Police through a Freedom of Information (彼がいた) リクエスト, showed the number of cases had risen by 698 between October 1, 2020 と10月 31, 2021.

    ゾッとするほど, victims who are between the age of 10 そして 17 have quadrupled compared to last year.

    Female reports have also risen by a total of 572 cases when compared to the 177 reports last yearwhilst male offences have increased by 162.

    SWGfL, a UK charity who operate the Revenge Porn Helpline, saw cases double last year following the ongoing pandemic and say the number of cases have shown ‘no signs of slowing down’.

    Revenge porn reports have soared during the pandemic after the number of offences increased by 329 per cent over a 13-month period in London

    Revenge porn reports have soared during the pandemic after the number of offences increased by 329 per cent over a 13-month period in London

    The amount of female cases have also risen by a total of 572 cases when compared to the 177 offences last year. Whilst m ale offences have risen by a total of 162 レポート

    The amount of female cases have also risen by a total of 572 cases when compared to the 177 offences last year. Whilst m ale offences have risen by a total of 162 レポート

    ゾッとするほど, victims who are between the ages of 10 そして 17 have quadrupled compared to last year and the total number of cases has increased by 120

    ゾッとするほど, victims who are between the ages of 10 そして 17 have quadrupled compared to last year and the total number of cases has increased by 120

    The number of revenge porn cases has risen by 698 between October 1, 2020 と10月 31, 2021

    The number of revenge porn cases has risen by 698 between October 1, 2020 と10月 31, 2021

    The charity recently released their five-year report, which covers the period between 2015 – 2020, and one of their key findings showed that cases of sextortionwebcam blackmailtripled last year.

    It also revealed that when a female reports images to the helpline, 平均で 42 images are recorded, whereas it is less than two for male victims.

    Senior Helpline Practitioner, Zara Ward, MailOnlineに語った: ‘We have seen a double increase in reports for intimate image abuse practically overnight during the Covid pandemic. This can be to do with a variety of reasons, though we can only postulate.

    ‘Relationships were put under immense strain, leading to the breakdown of many couples. さらに, the line between what was real and virtual became skewed.

    ‘Several relationships were formed online last year as people spent more time at home, which meant sexual behaviour was happening virtually.

    [object Window], we saw the number of intimate image abuse cases double in 2020 and sextortion reports triple.

    ‘We believe that prior to 2020 we were just seeing the tip of the iceberg. But now reports are further increasingwhich have been propelled forward by the pandemicthey show no sign of slowing down.’

    Revenge porn is a criminal offence as classified in Section 33 of the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015. If you are accused of revenge porn and found guilty of the criminal offence, you could face a sentence of up to two years in prison.

    Folami Prehaye, 51, who lives in Bristol, said revenge porn is becoming an increasingly common way for ‘cruelformer partners to ‘inflict painat a ‘worrying rate’.

    Folami Prehaye, 51, who lives in Bristol, said revenge porn is becoming an increasingly common way for 'embittered former partners to inflict pain' at a 'worrying rate'

    Folami Prehaye, 51, who lives in Bristol, said revenge porn is becoming an increasingly common way for ‘embittered former partners to inflict painat a ‘worrying rate

    Her former partner, Thomas Samuel, posted explicit pictures of Folami online using a fake Facebook account after she called off their relationshipand shared them with her family, work colleagues and friends.

    Although Facebook removed the pictures quickly, they were viewed 48,000 times in February 2014 – and were uploaded by Samuel to various porn websites.

    Despite the deep level of humiliation she felt, Folami was determined to get the photos removed and see Samuel punished for his crime.

    Speaking to the MailOnline, 彼女は言いました: ‘Being a victim of image based sexual abuse was one of the most emotional times in my life.

    ‘After the incident, I suffered with depression and would constantly blame myself. I’d have thoughts going round in my head analysing every single detail.

    Thomas Samuel posted the explicit pictures of her using a spoof Facebook account after a bitter break-up

    Thomas Samuel posted the explicit pictures of her using a spoof Facebook account after a bitter break-up

    ‘I would spend hours thinking about our relationship and how I made excuses when friends would tell me he was controlling or therewas something off”. It was my own form of torture.

    ‘I also found that during the relationship, I had slowly changed how I looked and dressed to please him. I slowly realised how controlling he was and that he never loved me.

    ‘Someone who loves you, would never abuse your trust in this way and that realisation was a huge moment for me.

    Folami pursued the case to Bristol Magistrates’ 裁判所, where although Thomas was found guilty, he avoided prison after his six-month sentence was suspended for two years.

    He was also given a restraining order to stay away from Folami and ordered to pay court fines.

    彼女は付け加えた: ‘Once I knew he was finally out of my life. I knew I wanted to make something positive out of the experience. My life had been turned upside down. I knew starting over and learning to trust again wouldn’t be easybut I wanted to try.

    ‘I have a son, 誰だった 14 事件当時, ロマンアブラモビッチの元妻ダーシャジューコワは、40歳の誕生日を祝うときに、生まれたばかりの息子と一緒に初めて撮影されました。, その後 24. I wanted them both to see that there is always light at the end of the tunnel.

    Following her horrific ordeal, Folami set up Victims of Image Crime (VOIC), a support and recovery group to help those who have suffered image based sexual abuse, the same year.

    The website is a one-stop resource of free information and signposting on what victims can do in the aftermath of an online crimeand victims can speak about their ordeal and know they are not alone.

    Folami said: ‘I’m trying to empower other people who have gone through the same experience. I want them to feel they can stand up, speak out and take back their power.

    ‘I have supported many victims for over six years, some of whom I have never met. These scars don’t just miraculously go away, it takes time.

    ‘Setting up VOIC was like my own form of therapy because I knew I was making a difference and helping others who had gone through a similar experience to me.

    ‘I went through emotional turmoil for years to get to where I am todayand this is the same for many others who have had a similar experience. It changes your life completely.

    ‘Raising awareness is one of the key messages in changing how people think, feel and act in relation to this crime.

    ‘From this experience I am able to talk from a professional and victim’s perspective by using my experience to help aid the recovery of those that reach out to me for emotional support.

    Folami previously waived her right to anonymity and opened up on ITV's This Morning about how the act had 'ruined her life' in October 2014

    Folami previously waived her right to anonymity and opened up on ITV’s This Morning about how the act had ‘ruined her life’ 10月中 2014

    Folami Prehaye

    Following her horrific ordeal, Folami set up Victims of Image Crime (VOIC), a support and recovery group to help those who have suffered image based sexual abuse, the same year

    Folami says she ‘isn’t surprisedby the dramatic increase in cases across London and says social media platforms need to do more.

    彼女は付け加えた: ‘Image based sexual abuseknown as revenge pornis still in its infancy. There’s not many deterrents because people are still sharing explicit content without consent.

    ‘Perpetrators who are brought to justice through the courts are commonly given a six-month suspended sentence over two yearsthere’s not many custodial sentences.

    ‘Social media platforms are doing a lot more than ever before, but it’s still not enough. Police forces are overstretched and don’t have the funding, understanding or training to properly support victims that have been through it.

    ‘Young people live in the digital worldimage has never seemed more important. I don’t think it’s going to change anytime soon, it’s simply going to perpetuate. It’s going to get worse before it gets better, unless we find more creative ways to aid discussions around this.

    ‘TikTok has made it so content can be put into a one minute video and receive millions of views from across the world.

    ‘Our appetite for the way information is delivered is constantly changingbut it remains digital. You have access to everything at the touch of a button.

    ‘On top of that we have the ongoing pandemic, which forced us to spend time at home and meant our only means of interaction was to go online.

    訴訟を述べています, these crimes are appalling and leave victims with life-changing scars. Social media reforms are urgently needed and prison sentences need to be increased. It is time we see the end of this disgusting crime.

    You can visit VOIC and donate by clicking ここに.

    Revenge porn: What is the law in the UK?

    Revenge porn laws came into affect in the UK in 2015 as part of the Criminal Justice and Court Act.

    The Act makes it a criminal offence for a person to: ‘disclose a private sexual photograph or film if the disclosure is made (A) without the consent of the individual who appears, そして (b) with the intention of causing that individual distress’.

    It means those who maliciously share sexually explicit images without the subject’s consent could face up to two years in prison.

    The law covers the sharing of images both on and offline. Images posted to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter are covered by the offence, as are those that are shared via text message, Eメール, on a website or via physical distribution.

    The offence covers photographs or films which show people engaged in sexual activity or depicted in a sexual way or with their genitals exposed.

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