AFP - Oct 13 - Officials in Finland are proposing a law to make sending unsolicited explicit photographs punishable by up to six months in prison. The draft legislation would broaden the definition of sexual harassment to include "harassment verbally, through pictures or messages, taking photos of another or exposing oneself." Currently, Finnish law only recognizes behaviour as sexual harassment if it involves touching. The proposal could be submitted sometime next year. Some territories have taken steps to ban online sexual harassment, including Scotland which outlawed the behaviour in 2010, and Texas which last year introduced a $500 fine for sending unsolicited sexual images.