George Garofano was sentenced to eight months in prison after pleading guilty for computer hacking that resulted in "The Fappening," which leaked intimate photos of actresses including Jennifer Lawrence and Scarlett Johansson.
Following a recent private photo leak, the actress turned director plans to fight back against the alleged perpetrators of revenge porn. "Hey little hacker boys, Mama is coming and she hits hard," she tweeted.
Shortly after a revenge porn scandal rocked the Marines, reports surfaced that hackers had stolen and posted private images from female celebrities—exactly one year after a man was charged for the exact same thing. Why is it so hard to deter depraved...
You thought the last 12 months was just a plague of misogynist assholes? Think again.
Gruesome photos of a woman strangled to death were posted on 4Chan this week, but this particular type of horror is hardly unique to 4Chan or even the internet age.
An anonymous internet denizen posted an eerily prescient message along with graphic images of the victim with red strangulation marks around her neck.
At the very least, these invasions of privacy cannot be dismissed as legitimate police activity. At worst, they suggest cops can be just as creepy as the internet denizens behind the Fappening.
Taking down illegal or objectionable subreddits doesn't make Reddit any less of a bastion of free speech, but it does make it less horrible than it was before.
A group of Redditors wants to donate to charity in honor of Jennifer Lawrence's boobs, but charities won't necessarily accept every soggy wad of cash you throw at them.
Our appetite for pornographic trespass is no longer for accidentally bared skin, but accidentally bared humanity. We want to know the setting the woman is in, the story behind each shot.