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) […]
Almost seven years ago, I left my abusive fiancé. He’d been taking explicit photos and videos of me, and sharing them without my permission already, using them as blackmail.
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End Revenge Porn is a campaign organized by the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative to provide support and advocacy for victims of revenge porn, or people whose intimate photographs and/or videos have been disseminated on the Internet without their consent. About the Founder and End Revenge Porn Dr. Holly Jacobs was a victim of revenge porn […]
Part of the mission of the End Revenge Porn campaign is to educate the public about revenge porn. We believe that through public education and outreach we can not only end revenge porn, but fight the culture of victim blaming that allows it to flourish. As part of our public outreach we want victims and […]
Please click on the button below to donate to Cyber Civil Rights Initiative (CCRI), the organization that runs the End Revenge Porn campaign. CCRI is a non-profit that advocates for technological, social, and legal innovation against online abuse and discrimination. Its mission is to help victims of online harassment by: Raising societal awareness about the nature […]