August Ames found herself the target of a Twitter storm. A day later, she was dead. But there's more to this story than "cyber-bullying".
The term "revenge porn" has become a misnomer, particularly as it relates to new criminal legislation in the ACT, and creates "shame and embarrassment" in victims, police say.
A magistrate says the behaviour of a 22-year-old German man who sent an intimate photo of himself and a woman together after taunts from a friend that he was gay was "incredibly stupid" and had "potentially serious consequences".
Visitors to a Belgian art gallery were stunned when security guards ordered them away from nude paintings by Flemish master Peter Paul Rubens, in what turned out to be a stunt to protest at Facebook blocking the artworks on the grounds of decency.
A veteran stripper with a monopoly in the local private adult entertainment market is frustrated in her search for an apprentice to share the stage.
A major revenge porn website hosting the Australian-targeted forum AussieSluts is taken offline by Dutch authorities, along with images of Australian women and girls who have been victims of image-based abuse.
Images of students from several Canberra high schools are posted on a revenge porn site, with the eSafety Commissioner saying Australian men and boys were sharing them "like footy cards".
Finding out your kids have been watching porn is something most parents don't want to contemplate. One of the concerns is that pornography distorts their ideas of what sex should be like, but how much responsibility should the adult industry and the Government take?
Labor is backing off on calls for an investigation into Christopher Pyne's Twitter account being hacked and 'liking' a porn tweet, with frontbencher Anthony Albanese saying the party certainly won't support Cory Bernardi's calls for a Senate inquiry.