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It didn’t take him long to ask me to send him a “saucy photo,” (his words) and it didn’t take long for me to tell him that just wasn’t my thing. Days later, Jennifer Lawrence and over 100 other women were exposed across the Internet. He sent me an almost full frontal—via Snapchat—back. I’m basically a Victorian, but I thought we might be able to find a happy medium in the modern era. Two minutes in, or perhaps when he asked me if I wanted to leave the restaurant and go take a bath together, I realized we were looking for different things.
I turned my cheek when he went to kiss me goodbye, and was pleased there would be no more penis pictures in my life. Department of Justice statistics suggest that 850,000 American adults—mostly women—are targets of cyber-stalking each year, and 40 percent of women have experienced dating violence delivered electronically.
A public court case can also bring unwanted attention to the situation.
However, Judge Steven Statsinger of the Criminal Court of the City of New York dismissed all three charges.With respect to the charge of aggravated harassment, the offense requires the defendant to have communicated with the victim, either anonymously or otherwise, through telephone, telegraph, mail, or any other form of written communication.Since Barber did not send the photos to his girlfriend, the judge concluded he could not be held responsible under this section of the penal code.Citron said approximately half of the states in the U. have also updated their laws to allow authorities to press charges against people engaging in cyber stalking and cyber harassment.As early as 1999, shortly after California enacted the country’s first cyber-stalking legislation, Gary Dellapenta was charged and eventually convicted to six years in prison for placing online ads and responding to emails in a woman’s name about rape fantasies, which led to men showing up at her apartment.
She was denied by the court, in a decision that demonstrates the “practical limits” of tort law for stopping online abuse, said Citron.