Q: Idaho if I sent provocative pictures of myself in bra and underwear or a sexy lingerie to my spouse then we break
Is it legal for them to post it on Facebook. It technically doesnt show the actual private part but pretty close. Or when i sent it to them thru text was that consent enough.
Your ex is committing a felony in Idaho, called Video voyeurism.
Idaho Code says:
A person is guilty of video voyeurism when:
(a) With the intent to annoy, terrify, threaten, intimidate, harass, offend, humiliate or degrade, he intentionally disseminates, publishes or sells or conspires to disseminate, publish or sell any image of another person who is identifiable from the image itself or information displayed in connection with the image and whose intimate areas are exposed, in whole or in part, or who is engaged in a sexual act;
(b) He knew or reasonably should have known that the person depicted in the image understood that the image should remain private; and
(c) He knew or reasonably should have known that the person depicted in the image did not consent to the dissemination, publication or sale of the image.
(4) A violation of this section is a felony.
In addition, the civil law allows you to sue him civilly for causing you to suffer pain and suffering in worrying about how widely your (understood to be private) photos might be disseminated. I think a private suite is a good deterrent to that kind of abhorrent behavior!
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