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He was found guilty of publishing indecent material and given a suspended sentence of six months.

Laws have recently been passed in Victoria which make it a crime to share, or threaten to share, an intimate photo of someone without their consent.

The maximum penalty for stalking can include jail sentences of 10 years or more, depending on the state or territory you live in.

Even if they don’t have specific rules, keep in mind that taking photos or videos of art or performances can break copyright laws.

There are some things that you are never allowed to photograph or record no matter where you are.

For example, even though most beaches are public places, you can get in trouble for taking invasive photos of people in their swimmers without their permission.

Private property is a space where the owner can set rules or restrict entry.

This includes homes, shops, sport and performance venues, museums and galleries, schools and similar places.

These places can make rules that ban people from photographing or recording any part of the space or the people within it (unless they can be seen from a public space).

For example, in August 2013, two young ADF cadets were found guilty of using the internet in a harassing and offensive way after one of them live streamed himself having sex with another teenage cadet (without her knowledge or permission) so his friends could watch through Skype.

The maximum penalty for this crime is up to 3 years in jail.

For more information on indecency laws for your state and territory, check out your state’s page on sexting on Lawstuff.

It’s NEVER ok to photograph or record someone’s private parts or private activities without their knowledge or permission.

While stalking is defined differently in each state, it covers most forms of repeated harassment that are likely to harm or scare a person–including filming their private parts or activities without their knowledge.