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by Clare McGlynn and Kelly Johnson
24th March 2021

Cyberflashing has been on the rise since the Covid-19 pandemic. Yet, despite its prevalence and significant harms, it is not a criminal offence in England and Wales.

Based on Cyberflashing: Recognising Harms, Reforming Laws, by Clare McGlynn and Kelly Johnson, this policy briefing covers key messages and policy recommendations around cyberflashing to support proposals to criminalise cyberflashing as a sexual offence in English law.

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Cyberflashing coverCyberflashing: Recognising Harms, Reforming Laws, by Clare McGlynn and Kelly Johnson is available on the Bristol University Press website. Pre-order here for £10.39.

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