近日,苏格兰政府发起了一项禁止“色情报复”的活动,活动中使用了一男一女两名模特的裸照做宣传,旨在警告民众不要恶意分享别人的不雅照。

活动宣传板以手机屏幕为背景,上面分别是一男一女两名模特的裸照,用黄色的警用带将私密部分遮盖起来,胶带上还写着“犯罪现场。未经当事人允许就分享其不雅照,将面临5年监禁”。

如今,手机等智能设备使人们的生活更加便利的同时,也引发了信息泄露的危机。为了应对日益严重的信息泄露问题,苏格兰政府希望通过此次宣传活动引起人们的重视,警告民众勿在网络上进行“色情报复”。该活动得到了慈善机构Women’s Aid和强暴危机中心的大力支持。

苏格兰司法部长迈克•马西森(Michael Matheson)说:“泄露私照是极其残忍且有辱人格的行为,这可能会引起群众恐慌。我希望通过此次活动,让人们提高安全防范意识,同时将不法之徒绳之以法。”

Scots have been warned not to send explicit pictures of others in a bid to tackle ‘revenge porn’ in a government campaign featuring naked models.

In the saucy pictures, a man and a woman are pictured without any clothes, with police tape covering their intimate areas.

The tape reads: ‘Crime scene. Share intimate images without consent and you could get five years in prison.’

The campaign aims to stop people sharing pictures of other people maliciously.

Under a law passed last year, people caught sharing ‘revenge porn’ could face up to five years behind bars.

The move comes in response to a growing problem as easy access to devices like smart phones means pictures and videos taken intended to be private can be more easily shared publicly on social media.

The Scottish government campaign has been organized with groups including Women’s Aid, Rape Crisis Scotland and Police Scotland.

Scottish Justice Secretary Michael Matheson said: ‘Too many people are suffering because pictures of them are being shared online’

Scottish Justice Secretary Michael Matheson said: ‘Too many people are suffering because pictures of them are being shared online’

Scottish Justice Secretary Michael Matheson said: ‘Disclosing private images can be extremely cruel and degrading, and can cause fear and alarm.

‘Sharing, or threatening to share, such images can also be used in a highly abusive and manipulative way to seek to control a partner or ex-partner.

‘Too many people are suffering because pictures of them, that they believed were only for a trusted person to see, are being shared online.

‘Through this campaign and, working with the police and others, I’m determined to drive home the message that there is no place for victimization like this in a modern Scotland and that those who think otherwise will soon face the full force of the law.’

Sandy Brindley of Rape Crisis Scotland said: ‘Sharing or threatening to share intimate images of someone without their consent is a serious violation and can be devastating to individuals targeted.

‘This behavior has emerged increasingly in recent years as a factor in sexually abusive behavior, and in highlighting it as a serious criminal offence which will attract a substantial penalty this legislation is an important and necessary development.’