New Bill Aims To Criminalize Revenge Porn In New York City

Good news for New Yorkers: The New York City Council is trying to pass a bill that would make revenge porn illegal.

As Myles Miller reported, the city council is trying to do what the state has failed to do since 2014; criminalize revenge porn. The proposal, backed by Queens Councilman Rory Lancman, would send the person who posts someone’s intimate image without permission to jail for a year.

Read the full article here: http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2017/09/23/new-bill-aims-to-criminalize-revenge-porn-in-new-york-city/

Source: cbslocal.com – Photo by Nicolai Berntsen

 

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Revenge Porn Awareness – Consequences and Solutions

Leakserv is specialized in locating and removing revenge porn content worldwide. In order to inform the public and revenge porn victims, we have authorized the making and publishing of the video “A Life Ruined”. If you have any questions regarding the video or our services, please feel free to contact us.

 

This year Google has removes a record breaking half billion pirate links

Copyright holders asked Google to remove more than 500,000,000 allegedly infringing links from its search engine in 2016 thus far. This nearly equals the number of takedown notices it received for the whole of 2015. Rightsholders see the surge as evidence of a failing system, but Google clearly disagrees.

Copyright holders continue to overload Google with DMCA takedown requests, targeting “pirate links” in the company’s search results.

In recent years the number of notices has exploded, breaking record after record.

Click here to read more.

This year Google removes a record breaking half billion pirate links
This year Google removes a record breaking half billion pirate links

Google removes a record breaking half billion pirate links

Copyright holders asked Google to remove more than 500,000,000 allegedly infringing links from its search engine in 2016 thus far. This nearly equals the number of takedown notices it received for the whole of 2015. Rightsholders see the surge as evidence of a failing system, but Google clearly disagrees.

Copyright holders continue to overload Google with DMCA takedown requests, targeting “pirate links” in the company’s search results.

In recent years the number of notices has exploded, breaking record after record.

Click here to read more.

Dutch company Leakserv detects revenge porn and remove it
Dutch company Leakserv detects revenge porn and remove it

Leakserv article in Dutch newspaper AD

Dutch company detects revenge porn and remove it

Startup Leakserv promises to remove the material deep into the depths of the Internet. “Sometimes an innocent picture is modified so that it seems a nudie.”

First the good news: even though it seems like there is nothing on the Internet that can not be removed. That’s exactly the premise that the Dutch startup Leakserv offers its services.

Click here to read the full article in Algemeen Dagblad.

Source: Algemeen Dagblad. Feb 23, 2016

Dutch Startup Leakserv Takes Aim At Revenge Porn
Dutch Startup Leakserv Takes Aim At Revenge Porn

Leakserv Entry on Techcrunch

Dutch Startup Leakserv Takes Aim At Revenge Porn

Dutch startup Leakserv is playing in the online identity management space, with a special focus on helping victims of revenge porn who want specific content taken offline.

The issue of revenge porn has gathered more attention in recent years, with major search engines and tech platforms taking a firmer stance on this particular form of online harassment. Last summer, for instance, Google and Microsoft created formal processes for victims wanting to request the removal from search results of intimate content leaked online without their permission.

Content platform companies including Reddit, Medium, Twitter and Facebook also tackled the issue last year, taking a firmer stance against revenge porn dissemination, specifically, or against harassment on their platforms in general. Only this month Twitter, for instance, announced it was forming a trust and safety council comprised of external organizations from various advocacy groups to try to ensure ‘safer speech’ on its platform.

But the Internet remains a much wider web than a few walled garden platforms. So while it may be harder for revenge porn to be disseminated on mainstream content outlets than in years past, there’s no shortage of alternative sites willing to host this stuff. And that’s where Leakserv comes in — offering a service to victims to track down offending content and issue takedown requests on their behalf to get it removed (generally within 24 to 48 hours, is the claim).

Click here to read the full interview Techcrunch had with Leakserv cofounder Bart van Leeuwen.

Source: Techcrunch. Feb 15, 2016

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