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Beware the Porn Trolls

You don't want to end up naked on the internet, do you?
Kelly Bourdet
Κείμενο Kelly Bourdet
18 Απρίλιος 2012, 12:00am

If your ex hates you, Hunter Moore is ready and willing to ruin your life. With isanyoneup.com, he’s become the Larry Flint of revenge pornography, inviting spurned lovers to send over any nude photos of exes, and publishing them, along with personal information and a Facebook profile page screenshot, on his site. Cue a cover story in the Village Voice (in which he claims he doesn’t care if he drives people to suicide), and hundreds of internet trolls, who will savagely berate your ex on their breasts or body or penis size. Not surprisingly, the vast majority of posts on the site are of women.

The web is filled with useful things: information, opinions, memes, social networks, video, pornography. But on top of all the sharing, educating, creating, and masturbating, the Internet has had another defining purpose almost from its inception: trolling.

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