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 Only available to the service provider concerned. Only available to the service provider concerned.
 (Who is the  service ​ provider?) (Who is the  service ​ provider?)
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 +### The ACMA may replace an industry code of practice with new standards
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 +**See [explanation by Nicholas Cooper](https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=F-dqj6B8qUU)**
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 +Where relevant industry codes have failed or are not adopted, the ACMA may replace these codes with their own standards. The ACMA's ability to replace an industry code with a standard varies dependent on the legislation that governs that industry.
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 +Generally, the ACMA must request that an association representing an industry develop a replacement of a code within 120 days. The ACMA must publish this request in the federal gazette if no association exists within an industry. If the developed code fails in some capacity or no association is formed, the ACMA may replace an industry code with a standard. In some industries, the appropriate Minister may direct the ACMA to establish a standard to replace a code.
  
 ## Internationally Hosted Content ​ (Sch 5) ## Internationally Hosted Content ​ (Sch 5)
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 **Matt Cartwright [Explains](https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=CDxI6-ePEgk) the Recommendations of the Recent [Inquiry Into the Use of s 313](http://​www.aph.gov.au/​Parliamentary_Business/​Committees/​House/​Infrastructure_and_Communications/​Inquiry_into_the_use_of_section_313_of_the_Telecommunications_Act_to_disrupt_the_operation_of_illegal_online_services)** ​ **Matt Cartwright [Explains](https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=CDxI6-ePEgk) the Recommendations of the Recent [Inquiry Into the Use of s 313](http://​www.aph.gov.au/​Parliamentary_Business/​Committees/​House/​Infrastructure_and_Communications/​Inquiry_into_the_use_of_section_313_of_the_Telecommunications_Act_to_disrupt_the_operation_of_illegal_online_services)** ​
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 +## Image-based abuse
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 +**Video overview of [image-based abuse laws](https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=IW17HxwdP-Q) by Danielle Harris**
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 +The non-consensual sharing of intimate images is often colloquially referred to as '​revenge porn'. The term '​image-based abuse' is generally considered to be a more accurate term that avoids the victim-blaming connotations of '​revenge porn'.
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 +The National Statement of Principles Relating to the Criminalisation of the Non-consensual Sharing of Intimate Images encouraged each Australian jurisdiction to adopt nationally consistent criminal offences. ​
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 +The Commonwealth has inserted a new criminal offence which prohibits the posting, or threatening to post, non-consensual intimate images.((Enhancing Online Safety (Non-Consensual Sharing of Intimate Images) Act 2018 (Cth) sch 2 s 4; Criminal Code Act 1995 (Cth) s 474.17A.)) It also introduced a complaints-based system whereby the eSafety Commissioner may issue a removal notice or another civil remedy upon receipt of a victim’s complaint.((Enhancing Online Safety (Non-Consensual Sharing of Intimate Images) Act 2018 (Cth) sch 1 s 24; Enhancing Online Safety Act 2015 (Cth) ss 19A, 27, 44D–44F.))
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 +Queensland extended the definition of ‘intimate’ images to include original or photoshopped still or moving images of a person engaged in intimate sexual activity; a person'​s bare genital or anal region; or a female, transgender or intersex person'​s breasts.((Criminal Code (Non-Consensual Sharing of Intimate Images) Amendment Bill 2018 (Qld) s 4; Criminal Code Act 1899 (Qld) s 207A.)) ​
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 +The State also introduced three new misdemeanours into their Criminal Code[6] to broaden the scope of conduct which is captured under the offence. These include distributing intimate images,​((Criminal Code (Non-Consensual Sharing of Intimate Images) Amendment Bill 2018 (Qld) s 5; Criminal Code Act 1899 (Qld) s 223.)) observing or recording breaches of privacy,​((Criminal Code (Non-Consensual Sharing of Intimate Images) Amendment Bill 2018 (Qld) s 6; Criminal Code Act 1899 (Qld) s 227A.)) and distributing prohibited visual recordings.((Criminal Code (Non-Consensual Sharing of Intimate Images) Amendment Bill 2018 (Qld) s 7; Criminal Code Act 1899 (Qld) s 227B.))
  
 ## The Office of the e-Safety Commissioner ## The Office of the e-Safety Commissioner
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