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Hunter Moore, the former owner of a 'revenge porn' website that posted sexual images of men and women online without their permission, has been threatened by hacktivist group Anonymous. Moore sold IsAnyoneUp.com to anti-bullying charity BullyVille in April this year, after it was criticised for encouraging users to send in compromising photos of their former partners. As the site included the victim's full name and links to their social networking profiles, it was accused of fuelling online bullying as subjects were often ridiculed and even had to shut down their online profiles. Moore has said that he will soon launch a new website, and a technology blog reported that he would this time post the home addresses of victims. He later said that he was "misquoted", but hacking collective Anonymous has warned that Moore must be held "accountable for his actions". (more) »


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