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 June 3, 2017  Posted by  Breaches, Laws, Non-U.S.

Jake Evans reports:

Sharing intimate photos of Muslim women without hijabs or people in change rooms could be criminalised in Canberra under a push by the Greens to strengthen privacy laws.

If passed, it would become the strongest privacy laws in the country, extending far beyond criminalising revenge porn.

“We’re talking about things that are more than just sexual,” Greens MLA Caroline Le Couteur said.

“We’re talking about things like a photograph potentially of a Muslim woman who normally would wear a hijab when she’s out, and her community expects her to wear a hijab.

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