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California man arrested for revenge porn web site

A man who ran a site that allowed users to post “revenge porn” images of their exes and then charged the subjects to remove the images was charged with conspiracy, identity theft and extortion counts in California.

It’s Finally Illegal for Californians to Post Revenge Porn Online

From our friends at The Daily Dot: Finally, it’s illegal for Californians to post pictures of you naked online without your consent. Now posting “revenge porn”—typically the purview of seedy, spurned exes—can earn Golden State residents up to six months in prison and a $1,000 fine.

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