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Their website is: ▪ You can also make a complaint to WA Consumer Protection – Department of Commerce.Their website is: https:// The law If you are under the age of 16 and someone has taken a nude photo or video of you or a photo or video of you doing something sexual this can be considered a crime.
In addition, distributing illicit photos of others, even just as a joke, can be a very serious crime in Australia.
An unauthorised use of your image happens when someone takes a photo or video of you and distributes it without your permission.
Publishing an image of someone doing something private could also be considered defamation.
See information under the heading “Revealing secret information about you”.
It is really important to note that the law does not distinguish between people in relationships and those who are not.
So if you are dating someone who is considered a child, possessing sexual material of your girlfriend/boyfriend is still a crime.It is also a crime to use the internet to record someone or share images or videos of that person without their permission if the material shared would be regarded as harassing or offensive.This crime carries a possible maximum penalty of 3 years in prison.In Australia, the law of trespass prevents people from entering your property without your permission.So if someone has taken a photo of you while on your property, you may be able to take legal action against them for trespass to prevent the photos from being used or published.Even possessing sexual material of a person under 16 is a crime and carries a maximum penalty of 7 years in prison.For a more detailed description of the laws relevant to sharing sexual photos of someone please see our Sexting page.Identity theft Even sharing the most basic information about yourself, like your name and birth date, can help a person steal your identity.An identity thief can use your personal information to do things like steal money or trick you into buying something, misuse social media websites such as Facebook to create a fake profile of you or hack into your email.The law There are no specific laws within Australia preventing someone taking your photo or video in a public place and then posting it online (unless the photo or video shows you doing something private – see below).Steps to take▪ Ask the person who is distributing your photo to take it down.