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More Criticism of the CA Revenge Porn Law

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The topic of revenge porn has continued to gather headlines as of late.  At least initially, most seem to believe that something should be done about those who post nude or lascivious photos of their former significant other online.  However, there now appears to be a growing concern about not only the current laws in place that specifically target revenge porn (at present both CA and NJ have specific laws on revenge porn), but also the legislation that is being contemplated in state legislatures across the country.  Here is the latest piece criticizing CA’s revenge porn law.

 
In 2013, California passed its own revenge porn statute. But the law is so riddled with drafting errors as to be useless. That became even more apparent in light of charges brought this past week by the California attorney general’s office against a San Diego man who allegedly used his revenge porn site to exploit, and then extort, victim… 
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