Cyberflashing

Recognising Harms, Reforming Laws

; Kelly Johnson

Cyberflashing has been on the rise since the Covid-19 pandemic. Yet, despite its prevalence and significant harms, cyberflashing is not a criminal offence in England and Wales.
This crucial book provides new in-depth analysis, understanding and insight into the nature and harms of cyberflashing. Les mer
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Cyberflashing has been on the rise since the Covid-19 pandemic. Yet, despite its prevalence and significant harms, cyberflashing is not a criminal offence in England and Wales.
This crucial book provides new in-depth analysis, understanding and insight into the nature and harms of cyberflashing. The authors consider recently adopted laws in the US, Singapore and Scotland, and set out proposals to criminalise cyberflashing as a sexual offence in English law.
This unique and timely study presents the first comprehensive examination of cyberflashing and the need to reform the criminal law.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction
Part I ~ Recognising Cyberflashing
Cyberflashing as a Sexual Intrusion: Nature, Extent and Motivations
The Harms of Cyberflashing
Part II ~ Reforming the Criminal Law
Justifying Criminalisation: Recognition, Redress and Justice
Cyberflashing and the Limits of English Criminal Law
Cyberflashing Laws: Comparative Perspectives
Criminalising Cyberflashing: Recommendations for Law Reform

Om forfatteren

Clare McGlynn QC (Hon) is Professor of Law at Durham University with over twenty years' experience influencing criminal law reform relating to sexual violence, image-based sexual abuse and pornography.
Kelly Johnson is Assistant Professor in Criminology at Durham University. Her research expertise includes domestic and sexual violence including cyberflashing, image-based sexual abuse and police responses to domestic abuse.