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    Three Reasons the Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project Will Change Lives

    It takes just seconds to transmit information online. In the case of nonconsensual pornography, more colloquially known as “revenge porn,” sexually explicit images of an individual are distributed online, without consent, instantaneously. And in a flash, an individual’s most private moments are exposed and disseminated for the public to examine, comment on, and dissect. Online […]

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    Nude Photo Flowchart

    Have some nude photos and aren’t sure what to do with them? CCRI has created a flow chart to help you make the right decision. Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: CCRI’s End Revenge Porn Campaign

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    MDFAWL Helps End Revenge Porn

    Miami-Dade’s chapter of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers (MDFAWL) has undertaken significant legislative efforts to assist in outlawing non-consensual pornography. Often called “revenge porn,” non-consensual pornography is the dissemination of sexually explicit images on the internet, among other places, against the will of those depicted. Victims of domestic violence are often threatened with these […]

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    Let’s Call It What It Is: Nonconsensual Pornography

    On August 31, a series of nude photos of female celebrities were released, after having been allegedly hacked from the iCloud accounts of those celebrities. The incident has been referred to as a “hack,” a “leak,” a “nude photo scandal.” We’d prefer to call it what it really is: a form of sexual abuse, a […]

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    Got Research?

    CCRI is seeking research that examines revenge porn, online harassment, or the occurrence of either of these within cases of domestic violence or sexual assault. We are also in pursuit of a large (500 people or more) representative sample that can be surveyed. If you or your organization has access to any of these, please contact Dr. Holly Jacobs (Holly@cybercivilrights.org) […]


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My World, Upside Down

Isn’t it amazing how one second can alter your life so much?

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A Life Taken too Soon: the Story of Amanda Todd

“I’m struggling to stay in this world, because everything just touches me so deeply. I’m not doing this for attention. I’m doing this to be an inspiration and to show that I can be strong. I did things to myself to make pain go away, because I’d rather hurt myself then someone else. Haters are […]

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A Story to Tell

The worst part about this situation is being called a slut by people who know me, seeing comments on different sites saying “she’s playing the victim” or “she asked for it by sending the pictures”. Had I been smarter at the time, maybe I would have sent those pictures without my face in them, or […]

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Letter From Hollie Toups

*Photo taken Friday, January 18, 2013 Guiseppe Barranco/The Enterprise Dear Revenge Porn Victim, The moments after you first see your naked photos on the internet for display is a pivotal moment in your life.  It’s a moment when time stands still, and everything, EVERYTHING changes.  In an instant you lose not only your privacy and […]

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