Nashville, Tenn. (WVLT) Sharing private photos of intimate parts of the body could soon be illegal under Tennessee state law.
State Senator Stacey Campfield introduced House Bill 2201 that passed the House today.
It says photographing or recording and then sharing intimate parts of another person's body when parties agree the image or recording should remain private will be illegal.
The bill now heads to the Senate for vote.
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