It's now illegal to post some photos of your child online

What you need to know:

The Constitution defines child pornography as any visual depiction involving the use of a minor, or one appearing to be a minor, engaging in sexually explicit conduct.

Visual depictions include photographs, film, video, pictures or computer-generated images or pictures, whether made or produced by electronic, mechanical, or other means.

Posting a photo of your child’s nappy rash or how cute they look during bath time, on social media can land you in jail.

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