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Google Revenge Porn Policy Makes It Almost Go Away

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

A lawyer who specializes in revenge porn tells me the new policy to help victims block harmful online images of themselves is nothing short of revolutionary (if and when it starts taking effect). But she still hopes Congress will introduce a federal bill soon.

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