Hunter Moore

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Revenge Porn Pioneer Hunter Moore Indicted

Thursday, January 23, 2014

UPDATE: read indictment below.

Time Magazine is reporting that Hunter Moore has been indicted by a grand jury for conspiracy to “access a protected computer without authorization to obtain information for private financial gain.” There aren't many details available and I haven't seen a copy of the indictment online, but will update the story as that information comes in. In the meantime, I've embedded Bob's interview with Moore from December of 2011 below:

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Revenge Porn's Latest Frontier

Friday, December 06, 2013

"Revenge porn" is naked photos of people posted on the internet alongside personal information about them, like their phone numbers and Facebook profiles. There has been no higher-profile revenge porn profiteer than Hunter Moore, who ran the now-defunct website "Is Anyone Up." In this interview from 2011, Moore talks to Bob about his site and his lack of ethics.

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Why One Mom's Investigation Might Actually Stop Revenge Porn

Friday, December 06, 2013

Hunter Moore, the notorious creator of revenge porn site isanyoneup.com, sold the domain and closed the site in the spring of 2012. That's most likely due to an ongoing FBI investigation and harassment from the hacker collective Anonymous. But neither the FBI nor Anonymous would have ever pursued Moore if not for the investigation conducted by one woman: Charlotte Laws. Brooke talks with Laws about what sparked her in-depth research on Moore, and how state laws have changed since information from Laws' investigation has come to light. 

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Revenge Porn's Latest Frontier

Friday, December 02, 2011

Hunter Moore is the creator isanyoneup.com, an amateur pornography site with an insidious social networking component. Users submit naked photos of other people and include links to the naked person's social networking page, ensuring that the photos will be unmissable in their targets' Google results. Moore talks to Bob about his site and his lack of ethics.

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