A new report from the International Bar Association’s Legal Policy & Research Unit (LPRU) urges law-makers to create bespoke legislation for sextortion instead of ‘shoehorning’ such conduct into current anti-corruption law. Based on comparative research from eight jurisdictions, Sextortion: A crime of corruption and sexual exploitation highlights the barriers to addressing sextortion within existing legal frameworks. The report launched at the 2019 IBA Annual Conference in Seoul, South Korea on Wednesday 25 September.
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