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Thousands of explicit photos and videos of Irish women have been shared on public forums without their consent. Megan Sims, from Limerick, became a campaigner against image-based abuse after her own photos were shared without her consent in She is responsible for shutting down one online forum on which users shared more than 11, images.
Ms Sims has also started a petition to make image-based sexual abuse a crime in Ireland, and see those guilty of such offences to be added to the sex offenders register and face a criminal conviction with jail terms of up to 7 years. In her petition, which currently has more than 61 thousand atures, Ms Sims says: "Image-based sexual abuse is a huge violation of privacy and is a continuum of revenge pornography, upskirting, cyber-flashing, and many more.
The pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have seen image-based sexual violence spike, with the UK revenge porn hotline seeing cases rise by 22 per cent in thought-provoking conversations, follow other Independent readers and see their replies.
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