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article Here’s a rundown of what you should know about the new law that is currently in effect in the Sunshine State.
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What is the new bill?
The new law allows a lawyer to take a nude or semi-nude photograph of someone and post it on social media without their consent.2.
Does it apply to all sexual activity?
The bill states that if a lawyer takes a nude photo of someone without their permission and posts it on a website or in a publication that carries sexual content, the person may be charged with a crime.3.
Can the lawyer be charged?
The law does not specify whether the lawyer must be charged or the amount of damages that may be awarded.4.
Who can be charged under the new legislation?
Anyone who posts a nude photograph of a person under 18 may be sued by the person in a civil suit.
If you think you or a loved one may be at risk of being charged under this new law, you should call your local police department to speak with a lawyer.
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What should I do if I think I may be in danger of being sued?
If you think that you may be facing a legal threat from a lawyer, please call the National Center for Victims of Crime at 1-800-422-4233 or the Florida Bar at 1,800-352-5222 or (800) 375-3570 or (1-800) 678-3268 or visit the Florida Attorney General’s website for a copy of the law and how to file a complaint.6.
What can I do about the law?
There are a few things that you can do if you think your rights may be violated by this law.1.
Ask the lawyer about the laws regarding consent and privacy.2, Report the law to the police.3, If you are under the age of 18 and you believe that you are at risk, please contact your local law enforcement agency and file a lawsuit.4, Contact the website of the Florida State Attorney General and speak with them to learn about the current legal status of this law and what to do if it is being enforced.