Rockstar investigator Adam Steinbaugh blows another scumbag’s cover, exposing the owner of an Australian Revenge Porn sight.
I apologize for having to publish the harsh language that is the site’s title, which is also mentioned throughout Adam’s report.
“Mark Harold Stafford is a graying website designer residing in Tocumwal, a small town on the banks of the Murray River in New South Wales, Australia. Stafford may also reside in Melboure, the capitol of Victoria — a state which has criminalized revenge porn.
Stafford is the sole proprietor of “OZWWWEB“, a web design outfit that apparently specializes in designing websites with a style that should have died with Geocities.
Stafford was, at one time, a professional pigeon racer.1 Stafford’s company, Australian Pigeon Racing Inc., sold whatever it is that pigeon racers buy through a series of websites. Stafford eventually gave up pigeon racing after having a change of heart (and, apparently, an investigation for tax evasion involving his pigeon racing enterprise.) On a site registered to Stafford, his writing evolved from supporting “the pigeon fancy fraternity of Australia” to bemoaning the cruelty of Australian pigeon racing and listing the “vexatious persons” who had “repeatedly defamed me [...] from behind the anonymity of” various pigeon racing forums.2
Seriously, those exist.
Stafford also dabbles in photography and depicting degrading stereotypes of aboriginal Australians, but we’ll get to that in a moment.”
Read the full report via: Who Runs Revenge Porn Site Whozacunt.com? | Adam Steinbaugh’s.
Posted by Annmarie Chiarini on March 6, 2014
“Ian Barber failed his girlfriend’s trust and then New York State failed to protect her. She has been made to suffer twice. The first was on July 26, 2013, when Barber decided to tweet naked photos of her and to share those photos with her sister and her employer. The second was on Feb. 19 when a New York judge dismissed all criminal charges against Barber.
In New York’s first revenge porn case, Judge Steven M. Statsinger ruled that Barber’s behavior “while reprehensible, does not violate any of the criminal statues under which he is charged.” The three charges against him were: aggravated harassment, dissemination of an unlawful surveillance image, and public display of offensive sexual material.
Reading through Judge Statsinger’s decision reveals why New York and, for that matter, every state is in desperate need of adequate revenge porn legislation. The current legal system does not sufficiently handle modern forms of cyber harassment, nor make allowances for the realities of modern dating and courtship.”
Read the full article via: I Heart Revenge Porn: New York Fails Its First Case – The Daily Beast.
Posted by Annmarie Chiarini on February 25, 2014
“Posting nude photos of your ex-girlfriend or boyfriend online may soon land you behind bars in the state of Maryland. House of Delegates are voting this week on whether to make “revenge porn” a crime. The bill may then head to the state senate.
“There was a lot of shame and embarrassment,” said victim Annmarie Chiarini. “I did not choose to have my sexuality broadcast.”
She’s calling for change after a bitter breakup nearly destroyed her life when an ex-boyfriend auctioned off a CD of nude photos of her on eBay. The single mother of two and respected English professor in Maryland was humiliated.
“I was just absolutely shocked that someone who I had trusted so much would betray me such a vile and vicious manner,” she said.
Chiarini’s sense of safety shattered when her former lover then posted the racy photos he promised were for his eyes only, on a pornography website.
“The danger became really real at that point,” she admitted.
Watch the video or read the transcript via: ‘Revenge porn’ could mean jail time in Md. | WJLA.com.
Posted by Annmarie Chiarini on February 24, 2014
“Doxxing is the Internet’s ultimate form of slut-shaming – and, as this latest case shows, it doesn’t just happen to women who have taken a naked photo of themselves. All it requires is being a woman on the Internet. Whether it’s the outing of an unwitting Olympic volunteer or the doxxing of a woman who dares to anonymously volunteer herself as masturbation material, there is a common theme here and it’s a sense of sexual entitlement. It’s the belief — conscious or not — that women’s bodies, their identities, do not belong to them. It’s the double-edged sword of sexual desirability: You become more of a woman — but less of a human.”
Read the full article via: http://www.salon.com/2014/02/23/doxxing_internet_babes_she_wanted_it/
Posted by Annmarie Chiarini on February 22, 2014