Howell woman arrested for posting nude photos of ex-boyfriend online | NJ.com

A 26-year-old Howell woman was charged with multiple offenses on Friday for allegedly posting nude images of her ex-boyfriend online.”

“Capasso was charged with one count of third-degree invasion of privacy and one count of second-degree bias crimes. She was lodged in the Ocean County Jail on $15,000 bail with no 10-percent option as set by Ocean County Superior Court Judge Francis Hodgson.”

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Howell woman arrested for posting nude photos of ex-boyfriend online, report says | NJ.com.

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Victims of revenge porn deserve real protection | Holly Jacobs | Comment is free | theguardian.com

My ex-boyfriend was the first one to put me out there, exposing me in my most intimate moments. He did it for control. He did it for revenge. He did it for whatever reasons perpetrators normally have for stalking, harassing, and violating others.

At no point was I allowed to escape and move on. The internet made it possible for my ex and strangers to reach into my life, no matter where I was, and destroy everything I was trying to build. And nobody was willing to stop him.

I was the second person to put myself out there. When I couldn’t stand hiding anymore, having changed my name and lived in fear for years, I took back control of my life. I took it back by saying:

Yes that’s me in those pictures, in that video, and I am not ashamed. I have a right to live my life and not be afraid.

That was the birth of End Revenge Porn, which turned into the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative (CCRI). Every step in building CCRI has been a learning experience, both in the logistics of starting an organization and in how a movement takes on a life of its own.

We have barely begun, but we find ourselves buoyed by overwhelming support, even as we receive a stream of hateful messages from strangers. This is a culture war, but it is one I have faith we will win, perhaps more quickly than our opposition expects.”

 

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Urals man gets 200 hours community service for revenge porn | Russian Legal Information Agency RAPSI.

“A resident of the Sverdlovsk Region in Russian Ural was sentenced to 200 hours of community service for sending explicit pictures of his ex-wife to her coworkers and neighbours.

The investigators say that in September 2012, the disgruntled man printed out a number of photos depicting his wife in sexually explicit manner, and then sent them out to her workplace and roommates.

Such disclosure of the woman’s private life led to a number of negative consequences for her, namely, she had to quit her previous job.

The court discovered that the purpose of the deed was to tarnish her reputation over custody dispute for their small child.”

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Urals man gets 200 hours community service for revenge porn | Russian Legal Information Agency RAPSI..

Governor Jerry Brown signs bill outlawing revenge porn in California – Washington Post

Senate Bill 255, which takes effect immediately, makes it a misdemeanor to post identifiable nude pictures of someone else online without permission with the intent to cause emotional distress or humiliation. The penalty is up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.”

By Associated Press,October 01, 2013

Governor Jerry Brown signs bill outlawing revenge porn in California – Washington Post.

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