Student Report – AB 2643: Invasion of privacy: Distribution of sexually explicit materials. Assembly Member Bob Wieckowski


This bill allows victims to file a civil action under a pseudonym against someone who has posted sexually explicit photos or videos of them on the Internet. The judge would review the case in chambers and issue a court order to remove the material. The bill would prevent the victim’s name and the images from being part of the public record.
Students: Marisa Shea, Christopher Wu

Student Report, May 10, 2014

Update, September 9, 2014

For more information, contact: Marisa Shea.

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