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  •  I read that story too. (4+ / 0-)

    Amazing that no one cares, about any of these women in the context of law enforcement. Or that the parents were more effective than the FBI. That is truly a sad statement. Glad Anonymous was there to even out the score a bit. Thank you Anonymous. You are greatly appreciated for your efforts in both the revenge porn case and the Steubenville case.

    If you had an employee that was the victim of some form of revenge porn--would you fire them?

    And if so, then aren't employers taking part in this form of sexual harassment and stalking?

    Isn't part of the problem when others decide to "Play Along" with this?

    And as an artist, who knows other artists, generally one has to get a release form to reproduce someone's image for things like erotic photography or paintings, etc., So by not getting a release form, and not paying these women for the PROFESSIONAL use of their image then shouldn't the women be suing these males Per Click?

    Even the morphing would be a case of derivative works. And the use of hacked medical records would be a Hippa case to boot.

    Is it possible to lay all this out in addition to charges regarding the following:

    Stalking
    Harassment
    Threats (of rape and murder)
    Intimidation
    Defamation
    Damages for emotional distress and damage to professional life
    Alienation from relationships (its a legal thing in Oklahoma and might be in other states)
    Hacking

    One would think that several states would have an iron clad case against these people.

    Gentlemen, congratulations. You're everything we've come to expect from years of government training (Zed, MIB).

    by GreenMother on Sun Dec 01, 2013 at 07:43:26 AM PST

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