Bullying Laws in Nevada Cyberbullying Research Center image 1In Nevada, minors who send sexually explicit images of themselves to others are considered a child in need of supervision for the first violation. For further violations, they can be subject to the same penalties if they had been an adult committing a misdemeanor. They are not considered sex offenders and are not subject to registration. For those who distribute sexually explicit images of other minors, they can be subject to the same penalties if they had been an adult committing a misdemeanor. They are not considered sex offenders and are not subject to registration. For those who receive the images, they are considered a child in need of supervision. They are not considered sex offenders and are not subject to registration. It is an affirmative defense if the defendant did not coerce or ask for the sexual image, deleted the image, and reported and gave the proper authorities access to the image.

http://law.justia.com/codes/nevada/2011/chapter-200/statute-200.737

Revenge porn: (Assembly Bill No. 49—approved by governor on 6/8/2015): Sections 1-6.5 of this bill establish the crime of unlawful dissemination of an intimate image of a person. Section 3 defines the term “intimate image” generally as a photograph, film, videotape or other recorded image, or any reproduction thereof, which depicts: (1) the fully exposed nipple of the female breast of another person; or (2) one or more persons engaged in sexual conduct. Section 3 also provides that an image which would otherwise constitute an intimate image is not an intimate image if the person depicted in the image: (1) is not clearly identifiable; (2) voluntarily exposed himself or herself in a public or commercial setting; or (3) is a public figure

https://legiscan.com/NV/text/AB49/2015