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Woman accused in ‘revenge porn’ lawsuit says 2 men may have shared intimate images of police officer

  The defendant in a “revenge porn” lawsuit has filed documents in court alleging two men may be responsible for sharing intimate images of a Brandon woman. Terry Lynn Peters filed the action against the men. She’s the defendant in a lawsuit filed by Brittany Roque, a woman who alleges Peters distributed intimate images of her to the Brandon Police Service. Roque had applied for a job as a police officer with the service. She is now a police officer in Rivers, Man. “If any photos of Brittany Roque were in fact distributed, they were distributed by either Devon LeBlanc or Ryan Friesen,” says the third-party claim Peters filed in Court of Queen’s Bench in Brandon. In court documents, Roque describes LeBlanc as “a close personal friend and the husband of another close personal friend.” Friesen is a Brandon police officer. Roque says she sent intimate images of herself via text message to him during a brief romantic relationship in 2015. Revenge…

Revenge porn: Facebook teaming up with Government to stop nude photos ending up on Messenger, Instagram

November 02, 2017 16:54:03 If you’ve had a nude photo taken, you might be nervous about where it could end up. Key points: Facebook working with e-Safety Commissioner to block image sharing You could flag photos of you don’t want circulated, then they cannot be uploaded again Images sent to database won’t be stored Your phone may be hacked or a relationship turn sour, meaning the “revenge porn” picture could be made public without your say so. Now, Facebook is partnering with a small Australian Government agency to prevent sexual or intimate images being shared without the subject’s consent. e-Safety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant said victims of “image-based abuse” would be able to take action before photos were posted to Facebook, Instagram or Messenger. “We see many scenarios where maybe photos or videos were taken consensually at one point, but there was not any sort of consent to send the…