The Office of the Victorian Privacy Commissioner’s Youth Advisory Group (YAG) is asking young Victorians about sexting. The YAG’s online survey asks about their experience of sexting and seeks young people’s views on whether or not sexting by people under 18 should be illegal and, if so, what the legal consequences for a young person should be.
The Victorian Parliament has recently asked the Law Reform Committee to undertake an inquiry into sexting, including “the appropriateness and adequacy of existing laws.” The YAG is developing a submission to the inquiry.
All young adults are encouraged to have their say. Access the link to the survey here.