Major California Case May Set Stage For More Website Operator Liability
Lives ruined, women terrified in ‘revenge porn’ case, Calif. attorney general says
Reprinted from the Los Angeles Times
By Veronica Rocha and Tony Perry
LOS ANGELES — The victims were embarrassed, shamed and left feeling helpless after discovering their nude photographs had been posted online.
One woman even attempted suicide.
In the latest case of what’s become known as “revenge porn,” mothers, daycare operators, wives of military personnel, teachers and young women were targeted.