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For these reasons, we must call this crime what it is: cyber sexual abuse.Over the last few years, cyber sexual abuse has become an increasingly common form of abuse due the omnipresence of social media in our lives. From Jennifer Lawrence’s computer hack to Rob Kardashian posting nude photos of Blac Chyna, these instances have revealed the dire need for both legal protections and a better societal understanding of cyber sexual abuse.There are many ways in which someone can become a victim of cyber sexual abuse, Song warns, and they can be anyone from a teen sexting to an eighty-year-old in a photoshopped image.For example, thirty-five-year-old Molly did not send, or even take, a naked photo when she became a victim of cyber sexual abuse.“Victim-blaming in each of these situations needs to stop, because none of those victims consented,” Song said Song tells us that cyber sexual abuse can be “life-ruining in ways you don’t expect,” as cyber sexual abuse has “no beginning and end.” This often leaves victims fearful that more and more people will gain access to the photos.Unfortunately, no matter how tirelessly the victims and their lawyers work to remove the photos from the Internet, “a cyber-attack never truly ends” as the photos may be shared across multiple sites and platforms, screenshotted by viewers, downloaded onto various devices, and the full reach of the images is never truly known.According to the Oxford English Dictionary, “revenge porn” is defined as: “Revealing or sexually explicit images or videos of a person posted on the Internet, typically by a former sexual partner, without the consent of the subject and in order to cause them distress or embarrassment.” This name misrepresents the crime for several reasons.First, it is not about revenge, and second, it is not about porn.
Others think cyber sexual abuse can be written off as a joke, or that if their state has no law against it, it is okay to post photos of this nature.
Now, Amanda lives in constant fear, wondering who might see these photos and how might it affect her and her children.
This example drives home our second issue with the term ‘revenge porn’.
Cyber sexual abuse does not just mean one photo is posted and it doesn’t necessarily mean only photos or videos.
Attackers can post addresses, places of business, phone numbers, and other personal information so that strangers subsequently stalk the victim, sometimes demanding sex or harassing the victim in other ways.