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Coalition files lawsuit challenging Arizona's 'nude photo law'
Coalition files lawsuit challenging Arizona's 'nude photo law'

A coalition of booksellers and others involved in publishing and distributing images is suing the state of Arizona to overturn a law designed to protect people from the unwanted display of nude photos. The law, which took effect on July 24, is known as “the nude photo law,” was designed to prevent the display of nude images without the permission of the subject. It is also designed to block the practice of revenge porn, the posting of an identifiable private image with the intent of causing harm to a former lover. The suit, which was filed on Tuesday in federal court by the American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU Foundation of Arizona and the law firm Dentons US LLP, which...

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