The Online Safety Bill ensures that cyberflashing is punishable by the same maximum sentence (two years jail time) as indecent exposure.

What is CyberFlashing?

Cyber Flashing is when someone sends unsolicited (without consent) nudity and yes, that includes uploading to websites. Each photo has to be approved by a moderator and this means they will be viewing indecent images without their consent if someone uploads nudity.

Why is OstoDate so hot on below waist nudity?

The Online Safety Bill puts more legal responsibility on social media platforms who host user-generated content to tackle a range of illegal and harmful content on their services.

What the Government Says

If you would like to read more about this, straight from the Government's own page - click here.

OstoDate Standards

Read the OstoDate Content Standards - click here
Read the OstoDate Image Standards - click here

CyberFlashing in the News

The Guardian - click here
Sky News - click here
Metro - click here
The Independent - click here
National World - click here