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Takedown Services

Through our online survey we have found that up to 80% of revenge porn victims took the offending photographs themselves, which means that they own the rights to those pictures. What else does this mean for victims of revenge porn? The Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) is a United States copyright law passed in 1998 which, among other things, heightens the penalties for copyright infringement on the Internet. If your photos are posted on the Internet without your consent, you can take action by submitting a DMCA take down notice to the sites webmaster. DMCA Defender, a trusted partner of End Revenge Porn, provides an affordable service to help victims of revenge porn take down their images. Please visit their website by clicking the image below:

Helpful Websites in Your Area


Helpful Tips For Victims of Revenge Porn: Ridder, Costa & Johnstone LLP

Without My Consent: Attorneys in California promoting the cause and helping victims.

Army of She: Founded by a group of revenge porn victims in Texas.

Women Against Revenge Porn: A victim and advocate sharing her story and providing helpful hints for photo removal.


Ban Revenge Porn: A campaign in the UK petitioning Parliament to criminalize revenge porn.

Stop Revenge Porn Scotland: A campaign against revenge porn by Scottish Women’s Aid.