Intimate Images and Cyber-protection Act: public survey

Government asked Nova Scotians for their feedback on the Intimate Images and Cyber-protection Act. The survey is now closed.

The Intimate Images and Cyber-protection Act is designed to discourage and prevent cyberbullying and the sharing of intimate images without consent, and to respond when they do happen.

The Act is required to be reviewed to understand how well it’s working for Nova Scotians. As part of that review, we asked Nova Scotians for their feedback.

A What We Heard report summarizing the results of the survey will be published in summer 2022.

About the Intimate Images and Cyber-protection Act

The goals of the Intimate Images and Cyber-protection Act are to:

  • discourage, prevent and respond to the harms of non-consensual sharing of intimate images and cyberbullying
  • uphold and protect the fundamental freedoms of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and communication media
  • help Nova Scotians respond to non-consensual sharing of intimate images and cyberbullying

Contact

Public Safety & Security Division
Department of Justice

Phone: 902-424-4097
Email: iicpa@novascotia.ca

Contact

Public Safety & Security Division
Department of Justice