4 things you should do when you’re the victim of revenge porn

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Rob Kardashian decided on Wednesday to exact revenge on his former fiance Blac Chyna by publishing nude and explicit images of her on social media. Now the internet is talking about one of the worst risks of our digital lives: so-called revenge porn.

Also known as nonconsensual porn, the act of publishing intimate photos meant to stay private in order to shame or emotionally harm someone is a crime in many states. In Kardashian’s case, the posts were ultimately removed from both Instagram and Twitter, and Chyna’s lawyer told People that she’s considering all “legal remedies.” Read more…

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