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The Worst Cases of Revenge Porn
Article by: Hacked.com
July 13, 2020
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Revenge porn is a touchy subject for many reasons. Not only does it deal with a loss of privacy, but it also violates consent and is illegal in various territories. The history of revenge porn is actually a lot longer than most people think, stretching back all the way to the 80s with magazines like Hustler.

Over the years, there have been some pretty severe cases of revenge porn. Below are some examples of the worst cases of revenge porn, and why we need to eradicate the practice from the internet.

Is Anyone Up? was a website launched in late 2010 by infamous internet denizen Hunter Moore. The website started out as a way of hosting nude photographs after the creator was apparently sent suggestive messages. Between its launch and the time it closed down in 2012, Is Anyone Up? hosted thousands upon thousands of non-consensual illicit images. Not only that, but the site also linked to the Facebook pages of those features on the site. As if things couldn’t get worse, the site even had a section called “Daily Hate” that displayed angry messages from people who had their nudes features on the site.

Luckily, since 2012 the site has been taken down thanks to the efforts of James McCibney, an ex-marine who purchased the site and redirected all traffic away from it, effectively shutting it down. Unfortunately, Hunter Moore is still around to this day and still seems to enjoy trying to ruin people’s lives.

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