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Tuesday 23 June 2015
Featured Feminism Politics

revenge porn: why amending ip and privacy laws isn’t enough

Arabella Close
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Trigger warning: discussion of violence against women Hundreds of Australian women have had sexual or revealing images of themselves uploaded online without their consent. South Australian police are currently trying to block access to the US website where the photos are published. Many of the photos have been retrieved from private Facebook accounts, or directly uploaded…
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Friday 19 June 2015
Celebrity News TV

in brief: sunrise apologise for post victim blaming women affected by revenge porn

Sarah Iuliano
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Victim blaming: it’s not something mass media should do. On Wednesday, Channel Seven’s Sunrise breakfast show did just that as it published a Facebook post about Australian women’s nude photos being uploaded to an American revenge porn website. The post, detailing a story affecting 500 women, had the caption: ‘What’s it going to take for…
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Saturday 25 January 2014
News

in brief: most hated man on the internet arrested for revenge porn site

Danielle Scoins
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Creator of a ‘revenge porn’ website, Hunter Moore, has been charged for reportedly stealing nude photographs from hacked email accounts and then posting those images online. Moore was arrested by the FBI on Thursday, along with a second man Charles Evens of Los Angeles. The two men were charged with conspiracy, computer hacking, aggravated identity…
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