Apr 272010
 April 27, 2010  Posted by  Non-U.S., Online

Sweden’s governing centre-right coalition is pledging to expand legislation on sexual harassment to encompass cases where sex pictures and videos are posted to the internet without the consent of those caught on camera.


Should they win the September general election, the four governing parties of the centre-right are promising to draft a legislative proposal classifying the distribution of sex videos and photographs as sexual harassment

“We can’t accept that this is just allowed to continue with legislation not managing to keep up,” said Davidsson.

Read more in The Local (Se).

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