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Observing, Filming or Distributing Images of Private Parts or Intimate Acts

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The law in New South Wales contains a number of offences which are designed to deter people from observing, filming or distributing images of others without their consent where they are undressed or engaged in a private act.

These offences are primarily contained in Division 15B of the Crimes Act 1900, and the maximum penalties range from 2 to 5 years in prison.

Click on a link below to read about the specific offence, what the prosecution needs to prove, the available options and defences, and the penalties that apply.

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