New laws are not necessarily the answer to counter the real threat pornography poses

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Abstract

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Australia has a problem with pornography.

The Senate reported recently on the harm online pornography inflicts on young people. Additionally, as part of its response to domestic violence, the Turnbull government announced a range of strategies to combat the non-consensual sharing of intimate images, otherwise known as “revenge porn”.

But how real is the threat of pornography? And what are the most appropriate responses?
Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Conversation
Publication statusPublished - 28 Nov 2016

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In: The Conversation, 28.11.2016.

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