Facilitate a prevention workshop on the risks associated with nude
-How do you find this video “A photo is personal, sharing it is harassing”?
– “If you loved me as I love you, you would find a way to make me wait”: what does this sentence mean?
-Send an intimate photo of yourself, a nude, a sexual photo or video, is it an act of love?
-What prompted the young girl to send this photo?
-What prompted the young man to share the photo?
-What were the consequences of sharing the photo for him? for her?
Laws to know about digital practices
-Do I have the right to take an intimate photo of me, a nude, a sexual photo, or an intimate video?
– Do I have the right to send to my partner an intimate photo of me, a nude, a sexual photo, or an intimate video?
-Do I have the right to request to my partner an intimate photo of him / her, a nude, a sexual photo, or an intimate video?
-Do I have the right to diffuser an intimate photo of my partner, a nude, a sexual photo, or an intimate video?
-Do you know that the cybersexisme? [Le cybersexisme, ce sont des actes/commentaires/messages à caractère sexuel ou qui critiquent la manière de s’habiller, l’apparence physique, le comportement amoureux ou sexuel. Ce sont des violences sexistes ou sexuelles qui visent principalement les filles, mais aussi des garçons.]
-Have you ever heard of revenge porn? [Le revenge porn, traduit porno-vengeance désigne le partage ou la publication de photographies ou vidéos à caractère explicitement sexuel sans le consentement de la personne concernée. Publié par un ou une ex-partenaire, ce contenu a pour vocation première d’humilier la personne concernée, à des fins de vengeance, souvent après une rupture.]
-Can we request the removal of intimate or personal content disseminated without my consent? [Voir les tutoriels en ligne]
Three laws to know-Source: Stop-cybersexisme.com
- Cyberbullying is punished by law with 2 years in prison and a fine of € 30,000.
- Sharing sexual content without consent (even if the victim has consented to the capture of such content!) Is punishable by 2 years in prison and a fine of € 60,000.
- Harassment online in a group (digital raid) is punishable by 3 years in prison and a fine of € 45,000.
Other videos on the same themes
–Explain cyberstalking to children
-Video “A photo is personal, sharing it is harassing” in short version (30 seconds)
Note: What are the distinctions between the short version and the long version of the same clip?
Definitions around digital practices
Source: Center Hubertine Auclert
|Cyberspace||Digital environment constituting a universe of information and a communication medium, linked to the global interconnection of computers (cyberspace). In its most common sense, “cyberspace” is used as a synonym for the Internet (web).|
|· Cyber harassment||Aggressive, intentional act perpetrated by an individual or a group of individuals by means of forms of electronic communication (emails, SMS, social networks, online games, etc.), repeatedly against a victim. These acts of psychological violence can take various forms: insults, denigration, the spread of rumors, online threats, etc.|
|· Cybersexisme||Facts that do violence, unfold through cyberspace, contaminate the face-to-face space or vice versa, and which aim to reiterate gender norms specifically targeting boys and girls; in short, to put or put each and everyone in the “place” assigned to them in the gender system.|
|· Cyberviolence||Violence that is expressed through digital tools, in particular via the internet, cell phones and video games. Cyberviolence can take many forms, whether it is one-off violence (insults, humiliation, intimidation, posting of intimate photos or videos, etc.) or repeated violence resulting from harassment. It presents specificities related to digital media: capacity for dissemination to a very large audience, incessant nature of the aggression, difficulty in identifying the author and taking action once the messages have been broadcast.|
|Dédipix (dedipic)||Dedication practice by which the recipient’s first name or pseudonym (most often a boy) is inscribed on a part of his body. The body part is then photographed and posted on social networks.|
|Right to be forgotten||Right that individuals have to obtain the deletion of information concerning them published on the Internet (right to erasure) or the delisting of this information by search engines (right to delist).|
|Social network that allows its users to publish content and exchange messages. Each Facebook user has a page powered by a photograph (profile picture). Registered people interact and share various information (multimedia content, status, messages, civil status information, areas of interest, etc.). They also have the opportunity to form groups with other users around common interests, ideas or experiences.|
|Mobile application that allows its users to share photographs and videos with their network of friends or subscribers. It is also possible to configure their profile, so that it is visible to the public, without having to accept another user’s subscription request. Once the snapshot is posted, it can be liked or commented on.|
(intimate revenge of a pornographic nature)
|Photographs or videos of an explicitly sexual nature published or shared on the Internet without the consent of the person concerned. Posted by an ex-partner, the primary purpose of this content is to humiliate the person concerned, for revenge, often after a breakup (revenge porn).|
|· SMS||Acronym (short message service) denoting a short message sent to a cell phone. Also called texting.|
|· Screener||Action of taking a screenshot (screenshot), that is, to capture the content displayed at a specific time on a computer or mobile phone screen.|
|· Sexting / sexto||
Sending messages of a sexual nature by text message. When it is not consented, sexting (a contraction formed by “sex” and “texting”) is cyberviolence.
Sexting is also called sexting (Quebec) or text pornography (France).
Individual and collective attitudes aimed at blaming girls whose dress, sexual behavior, make-up or general appearance do not correspond to the prevailing norms in a group of young people.
The concept has been translated as “bullying sluts” or “shaming sluts”, but these translations remain little used.
|· Snapchat||Mobile application for sharing photos, videos and messages. The particularity of this application is the existence of a time limit for viewing the media or text sent to its recipients. Each photograph, video or message is only visible for a period of one to ten seconds; the content then ceases to be available for viewing. However, it is easy for users to take a screenshot of it.|
|Social network allowing its users to share short messages (140 characters maximum), called tweets. Posts are public (except for users who have configured their profile to be private), but only appear on a person’s home page when they follow (follow) another person.|
|Video synchronization||The act of filming or photographing the physical assault of a person using a mobile phone, and then disseminating the images via digital tools (happy slapping).|
What if you witness or experience harassment?
-If you are a victim or witness of harassment, call 30 20 (toll-free number)
-You can also call the toll free number 0800 200 000 (toll free number)
Visit the Nonauharassment government site where you will find videos, resources, how-to guides.
- Keep evidence: take screenshots with your computer or phone, making sure the date and time are visible.
- Talk to someone you trust
- Report online to stop the distribution of inappropriate content (social networks offer to anonymously report abusive content or users)
- File a complaint.