Does An Anonymous Group Signal A Changing Attitude Towards Cyber Gender Harassment?

In her new blog post for Forbes, Danielle Citron uses the example of Kathy Sierra to give a short recap of the development of gendered, misogynist cyber harassment, its possible  consequences, and (the lack of) reactions to it. She puts “revenge porn” in the same category, rightly so. Current actions by a fraction of the …

“Debunking the First Amendment Myths Surrounding Revenge Porn Laws” – Forbes

Danielle Citron, law professor at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law, breaks down common arguments against the scourge that is “revenge porn” (nude or sexually explicit pictures of mostly young women posted on the Internet without their consent) and debunks them, using U.S. constitutional jurisprudence: Some object to criminalizing invasions of sexual privacy …