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But it soon becomes clear that the beguiling young philanthropist has a dark past. Emily was once known as Amanda Clarke, a young nine- year- old whose life was torn apart when her father - Grayson Global hedge fund manager David Clarke - was falsely accused of channeling money to a terrorist organization responsible for the downing of a commercial airliner. Now living under an assumed identity, she is determined to seek vengeance on the people who destroyed her father's life - the two main conspirators being Conrad and Victoria Grayson - by making their lives come crashing down around them. Because when everything you love has been stolen from you, someone has to pay. Written by. Anonymous. Plot Summary Plot Synopsis.
Revenge porn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Revenge porn (sometimes lengthened to revenge pornography) is any medium used to distribute sexually explicit footage of one or more people without their consent. The sexually explicit images or video may be made by a partner of an intimate relationship with the knowledge and consent of the subject, or it may be made without his or her knowledge. The possession of the material may be used by the partner to blackmail the subject into performing other sex acts, or to coerce her into continuing the relationship. In the wake of civil lawsuits and the increasing numbers of reported incidents, legislation has been passed in a number of countries and jurisdictions to outlaw the practice, though approaches have varied. The practice has also been described as a form of psychological abuse and domestic violence.The term "revenge porn" generally refers to the uploading of this sexually explicit material to humiliate and intimidate the subject, who has broken off the relationship. The term is also often misused to describe non 'revenge' scenarios, including nonconsensual pornography distributed by hackers or by individuals seeking profit or notoriety. The images are usually accompanied by sufficient information to identify the pictured individual, typically names and locations, and can include links to social media profiles, home addresses and workplaces.Victims, whose images expose them to workplace discrimination, cyber- stalking or physical attack, can have their lives ruined as a result. Given the practice by some companies of searching for potential sources of bad publicity, many victims of revenge porn have lost their jobs and found themselves effectively unhirable.Jurisdictions which have passed laws against revenge porn include Israel, Germany, the United Kingdom, twenty- seven states of the United States, and the Australian state of Victoria.
With Madeleine Stowe, Emily VanCamp, Gabriel Mann, Nick Wechsler. An emotionally troubled young woman makes it her mission to exact revenge against the people who.
BackgroundIn the 1. Hustler magazine began a monthly feature of reader- submitted images of naked women called "Beaver Hunt". Beaver Hunt photographs were often accompanied by details about the woman, like her hobbies, her sexual fantasies, and sometimes her name. Not all of the women featured in Beaver Hunt submitted their own images and several women sued the magazine for publishing their photographs without their permission, or without verifying information on forged consent forms.Two decades later, Italian researcher Sergio Messina identified â€œrealcore pornographyâ€, a new genre consisting of images and videos of ex- girlfriends distributed through Usenet groups. In 2. XTube began receiving complaints that pornographic content had been posted without subjectsâ€™ consent. Several sites began staging consensual pornography to resemble revenge porn, as well as hosting "authentic" user- submitted content.Revenge porn began garnering international media attention when Hunter Moore launched the website Is. Anyone. Up in 2. 01. The site featured user- submitted pornography,[1. Beaver Hunt: Is. Anyone.
Starting March 1. Twitter stated it would immediately remove "any 'link to a photograph, video, or digital image of you in a state of nudity or engaged in any act of sexual conduct' that has been posted without consent." According to a Washington Post article, the changes were in response to growing concerns "that [Twitter] has not done enough to prevent bad behavior on its site."[1. In June 2. 01. 5, Google announced it would remove links to revenge porn on request.[1.
Microsoft followed suit in July.[1. Both have placed forms on- line for victims to complete.[1. Together the two organizations account for nearly 9. US.[1. 9]AdvocacyThe website endrevengeporn. Holly Jacobs, a revenge porn victim, campaigns for the criminalization of revenge porn and considers it to be a form of sexual abuse.[2. Jacobs is also the founder of the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative (CCRI), a nonprofit organization that seeks to challenge cyber harassment. Danielle Citron, known for her discourse on cyber harassment as a civil rights issue, is an advisor for the CCRI.[2.
Mary Anne Franks, CCRI's Vice- President and Legislative & Tech Policy Director, has been heavily involved with legislative and policy efforts to combat revenge porn.[2. Dr. Laura Hilly and Kira Allmann of the Oxford Human Rights Hub have characterized revenge porn as a kind of gendered hate speech designed to silence women.
An article of theirs argues that this stifling of free expression is often ignored in debates over revenge porn.[2. To better facilitate the introduction of relevant legislation, some anti- revenge porn activists have called upon others in their community to use gender- neutral language more often when discussing the issue.[2.
The term "revenge porn" itself has also come under fire. The CCRI for instance prefers the term "nonconsensual pornography"[2. In analogy with "child sexual abuse images" being the preferred term for child pornography, journalist Sarah Jeong has argued that it is harmful to associate revenge porn with pornography which revolves around consent.[2. LegislationLaws banning revenge pornography have been slow to emerge.[2.
Contributing factors include a lack of understanding about the gravity of the problem, free speech concerns,[3. First Amendment doctrine" (Citron & Franks).[2. The American Civil Liberties Union has drawn attention to the implications for free speech if legislation is too broad.[3. Since 2. 00. 9, the Philippines has criminalized copying, reproducing, sharing or exhibiting sexually explicit images or videos over the Internet without written consent of the individual depicted.[3. Israel, which responded quickly to public pressure in January 2. Under its law, sharing sexually explicit videos without the consent of the pictured individual is punishable by up to five years in prison.[3. After Israel's bill was passed, it was widely predicted that nearby countries such as Egypt, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia would not introduce similar bills as they have been slow to adopt legislation against sexual harassment in general.[3.
However, some commentators have suggested that victims could find recourse in existing laws against pornography, indecency, defamation and invasion of privacy.[3. Japan passed a bill in November 2. AustraliaIn December 2. Australian state of Victoria modified its existing sexting laws. In addition to prohibiting the sending of nude pictures without consent, the amendment also added safeguards to prevent minors from receiving child pornography charges for self- made content.[4. The legislation followed an upsurge in the practice[4.
Giller v Procopets, which had to be argued on the equity of breach of confidence and tort grounds.[4. New South Wales is also considering its approach to the practice,[4. Queensland.[4. 6]North AmericaIn 2.
Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act, Canada criminalized the "non- consensual distribution of intimate images" that were made under a "reasonable expectation of privacy".[4. United StatesTort, privacy, copyright and criminal laws offer remedies against people who submit revenge porn.[4. Slightly more than half of all U. S. states have laws expressly applicable to revenge porn: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California,Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois,[5. Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Nevada, New Jersey,New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.[5. For example, New Jersey law prohibits both the capture and the distribution of sexually explicit photographs and films by any person, "knowing that he is not licensed or privileged to do so" and without the subjects' consent.[5. The law was used to prosecute Dharun Ravi, the Rutgers student who distributed webcam footage of his roommate Tyler Clementi engaging in sexual activity, after which Clementi killed himself.[5.
The law has also been used to prosecute several men who allegedly distributed revenge porn of their ex- girlfriends.[5. Mary Anne Franks, who drafted the model legislation and advised legislators in the majority of the above states, emphasizes that many of these laws are still deeply flawed.[5. Franks announced that she is working with Congresswoman Jackie Speier (D- CA) on a federal criminal bill.[5. The most recent date projected for the federal bill was September 9, 2.
The problems that can arise with an overbroad law were exemplified earlier in July when Arizona's federal judge Susan Bolton ruled that Arizona's revenge porn law could not be enforced in its present form following a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union.[3. Representatives from the Department of Justice, California's Office of the Attorney General, the technology industry, and law enforcement joined together in 2. Cyber Exploitation Working Group, and have announced the creation of a working hub "to combat so- called cyber exploitation â€” the practice of anonymously posting explicit photographs of others online, often to extort money from the victims."[5.