Ellie Melaugh became the first woman in the U.K. to be convicted of revenge porn on a male partner. She used various sites on the Internet to make her ex’s life a living hell.
Revenge porn case sees first woman convictede for victimizing male partner
Ex’s mother and grandparents saw explicit photos as well as countless online strangers…Read More
Old revenge tactics, such as using Facebook, Twitter, and other social media have changed. You have to be savvy if you want to go that route. If not, you’re probably going to jail. If you’re adding revenge porn to your postings, you’re just asking for trouble.
There are so many other ways to get revenge, that you do not need to resort to such tactics anymore. The risk is just not worth it, even if you are trying to get back at an ex or other scumbag.
There seems to be a knee jerk reaction everywhere in regards to revenge porn. State after state are toughening their laws, and what was once a common form of getting revenge has turned into a felony. :-)
If you want to get revenge against your enemy, you might think twice about using this tactic, depending on where you live.
Revenge porn victims will now be able to have their cases heard in both civil and criminal courts. Leonard Flaum, UTSA Title IX Coordinator in the Office of Equal Opportunity – the office that handles sexual harassment, including sexual assault and … Read More
Source: The Paisano
There are still tons of other ways to get revenge. So, don’t get discouraged.
The U.K. rejects new anti-revenge porn laws.
The United Kingdom decides not to add additional laws to combat people from posting nude photos and videos of their ex’s online. Although, no new laws were rejected by British Parliament it doesn’t mean that you can still post and get away with it. It only means that there are other laws on the books that they consider efficient enough.
UK parliament shoots down ‘unnecessary’ anti-revenge porn laws …
http://rt.com Tue, 29 Jul 2014 12:52:48 GMT
Peers in the British Parliament have rejected proposals to make ‘revenge porn’ a criminal offence, stating that proposals for new laws are unnecessary.
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