Children younger than 10 are among the nearly 19,000 victims who have reported cases of image-based sexual abuse – so-called ‘revenge porn’ – to police in the last four years, Channel 4 News can reveal. This programme has received Freedom of Information responses from 34 of the UK’s 45 police forces which shows the scale…
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