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Letter to Senator Brian Frosh

Senator Frosh,


It has come to my attention that the fate of House Bill 43, Del Simmons’ Revenge Porn bill, is in your hands.


As a survivor of this heinous behavior and advocate for victims nationwide, I offer the following statistics for your consideration: 371 more words

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Friends! The Maryland Revenge Porn Bill needs your help!

Senator Frosh appears to be “sitting on” HB43 and is not planning to vote it out of his committee. Time is running short.

Please call or email his office ASAP and urge Senator Frosh to vote in favor of House Bill 43. 24 more words

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Arbiter Online | Bill to make revenge porn a felony passed

Idaho joins the fight!

“The bill states that an individual is guilty of video voyeurism when photographing, videoing and/or disseminating private content “with the intent of arousing, appealing to or gratifying the lust or passions or sexual desires of such person or another person, or for his own or another person’s lascivious entertainment or satisfaction of prurient interest, or for the purpose of sexually degrading or abusing any other person.” 34 more words

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Governor signs ‘revenge porn’ bill, 110 others into law | The Salt Lake Tribune

Add Utah to the list!

“A complete list of all bills that passed the 2014 Legislature, and which the governor has signed so far, is available at le.utah.gov/asp/passedbills/passedbills.asp. 75 more words

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Today! Join Me on Midday with Dan Rodricks | WYPR

Hey Folks,

Tune in to Midday with Dan Rodricks at 1:30 pm today. We will be discussing Internet Harassment and the new Revenge Porn bill that is moving through the Senate here in Maryland. 19 more words

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Your innermost secrets could go viral in seconds - Independent.ie

“Ireland had never experienced anything like the phenomenon before.

Three separate incidents went global overnight, destroying the privacy of the people involved. There was nowhere for them to hide from the online explosion. 38 more words

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