Nicole Moreno made a firm confession in "The Night Is Our," admitting she had revealed on social networks the sexual video where her ex-partner with a woman appeared.
The model told the panel that did the action in "revenge" and takes advantage of Rodrigo Rocco sleeping, pulling out his phone, getting the pictures and making them known in his Instagram account.
Moreno's statements are made when instances of intimate material are disseminated without their consent on the Internet and where there is "confusing, incomplete information that condemns the victims," says Paña Pena, technology and gender expert and member of the group that implements the project www.acoso.online., a platform for targeting those who have suffered this type of attack.
Romina Garrido, president of Fundación Datos Protegidos and a member of Acoso.Online, says there is another long way: "that a person accepts a photo or an intimate video does not mean consent to its distribution. Sadly, the Chilean Penal Code penalizes pornography not to be allowed on the Internet unless the registration and dissemination takes place without consent, leaving thousands of victims unprotected. In any case, we celebrate that civilians are getting more and more compensation. "