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Ravages of Revenge Porn Spur Federal Crime Push

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

In some parts of the country local and state law enforcers will say no crime was committed if an angry ex publicizes nude pictures of you all over the Web. The End Revenge Porn campaign is going up against First Amendment arguments in a bid to change that.

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