Current Kansas statutes on privacy and blackmail make it a crime to post pictures or videos taken without consent. The new bills seek to also forbid the posting of sexual material that was filmed or photographed consensually within the confines of a relationship but is then posted online later without consent.
Current Kansas statutes on privacy and blackmail make it a crime to post pictures or videos taken without consent. The new bills seek to also forbid the posting of sexual material that was filmed or photographed consensually within the confines of a relationship but is then posted online later without consent. Rick Nease MCT
Current Kansas statutes on privacy and blackmail make it a crime to post pictures or videos taken without consent. The new bills seek to also forbid the posting of sexual material that was filmed or photographed consensually within the confines of a relationship but is then posted online later without consent. Rick Nease MCT

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January 20, 2015 01:23 PM

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