Over 1,500 unique posters have uploaded or commented on images from the site, many requesting content they remember from the original site.
Using IP addresses, this map shows the locations of people who spread revenge porn on the forum Anon-IB.
Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and others use pooled data to stamp out child abuse imagery. Some revenge porn victims want something similar, but who is going to make it?
Military revenge porn is thriving on anonymous servers and image boards. That makes it harder to stop.
The Pentagon and law enforcement will have a hard time tracing users who share nude photos of service members without their consent.
Whether it’s taking down revenge porn images, identifying offenders, or protecting online accounts, the Badass Army is giving revenge porn victims tools they need.
Explicit photos are posted without consent, often with location and name.
Forum users share tips on how best to scrape messaging apps and social media for naked picture "wins."