They might as well create a right for the murdered to be "Restored to life" while we're legislation impossible acts.
Realistically - information isn't going to be removed from the internet. It's like playing the world's worst game of whack-a-mole.
I do have sympathy for most victims of leaked nudes photos or video - this one is a tad hard to feel bad for because she intentionally sent it to an ex she was on bad terms with. Generally though - that's a bit of an exception to the rule.
That said, despite it being wrong. Despite the fact that it SHOULDN'T happen - if you film yourself nude or in a sexual act, there is a very real possibility that that file could end up on the internet. Could be that you shared it with someone and they reshare it, or it could be an unauthorized hack, however the simple reality is that though that information ethically should remain private, realistically it might not.
To me, if you can't accept a small risk that whatever you film just MIGHT be seen by the world, then I wouldn't recommend filming it in the first place. It's akin to an old gambling rule: No matter the odds, never place a bet you can't afford to lose.