'Revenge porn' victims receive boost from German court ruling
Intimate photographs should be deleted at the end of a relationship if one of the partners calls for it, a court in Germany has ruled.
The ruling by the Koblenz higher regional court has resonated throughout a digital world grappling with the balance between freedom of expression and privacy. It was welcomed by experts who said it would empower victims of “revenge porn” to be more proactive when seeking the deletion of compromising images.
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