Rape Crisis concerns over sexual consent smartphone app

14 Jul 2015

A new app has launched aimed at reducing false allegations of rape by filming consent before having sex.

Users of We-Consent record 20-second clips naming who they're about to have sex with. 

The app only works if the camera detects human faces and if both people involved are clearly heard saying "yes". 

Rape Crisis says that although the app has good intentions it "throws up concerns". 

Read the full story on the BBC Radio One Newsbeat website here.