The Federal Trade Commission has ruled the man who ran a so-called “revenge porn” website out of Colorado Springs can no longer share those photos without consent.
It’s now a crime in Colorado to post intimate pictures of someone online for the purpose of humiliating them.
A bill in the Colorado legislature to criminalize “revenge porn” moved out of the House Judiciary Committee Thursday afternoon by a unanimous 11-0 vote.
The operator of a so-called “revenge porn” website says he has pulled the plug on his highly controversial sites that showed nude and explicit pictures of women who didn’t consent to their private photos being displayed.
A major federal agency is considering a formal investigation into a Colorado Springs-based “revenge porn” website that posts women’s private, nude photos without their consent.
An ongoing CBS4 Investigation has found indications that Craig Brittain, the operator of a Colorado Springs-based “revenge porn” website, may have pretended he was a woman to trick other women into sending him nude pictures.
A website operated from Colorado Springs that harvests hundreds of nude and explicit pictures and then displays them on the site has Colorado women outraged after their most private photos showed up unexpectedly.