In the Wake of the Revenge Porn Epidemic, DMCADefender.com Announces Their Service to Help Victims of MyEx.com

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Groups like the nonprofit group Cyber Civil Rights Initiative have been pushing for legislation to make “revenge porn” illegal, but currently only two states, New Jersey and California, have made laws against revenge porn. Bills are pending in 13 other states, according to the National Conference of State Legislature.

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DMCA Defender is proud to announce their service helping victims of revenge porn remove their pictures and information from websites such as MyEx.com. The company is driven to fight for victims’ rights because the law currently offers little recourse for revenge porn victims. MyEx.com is only one of many revenge porn websites, however they are also considered one of the most damaging revenge porn sites online today. DMCA Defender offers a service for MyEx.com victims to remove their images and private information from the website.

Revenge porn violates a victim’s privacy, affects their relationships, career, and social life. Internet searches of a victim’s name may reveal the intimate images on MyEx.com and jeopardize their chances of a job interview or placement. DMCA Defender offers MyEx.com removal services so that victims can get their lives back after the unfortunate experience of appearing on the site. MyEx.com currently contains hundreds to thousands of webpages with information and images submitted by vengeful ex-lovers. In addition, some profiles contain Twitter and Facebook links, making it easy for MyEx.com visitors to harass the victims further. DMCA Defender wants victims to know MyEx removal is possible without using the “Remove My Image” link provided by MyEx.com, a service that requires $499.00 to accomplish. DMCA Defender believes victims shouldn’t be extorted to repair their lives and reputation.

One visit to the site can end in chaos for an individual exposed on MyEx.com. The FBI reported in 2010 that 20% of teenagers have used a mobile device to transmit nude photos on the Internet, and these photographs might resurface years later and harm their chances of college admission, scholarships, and other important milestones. DMCA Defender wants to let victims know that a MyEx.com removal does not have to involve an expensive legal battle or extortion. The company is also urging victims and advocates to sign a petition against revenge porn at EndRevengePorn.org. The petition is by Cyber Civil Rights Initiative and is pushing for legislation against revenge porn. DMCA Defender offers information to educate and inform victims on their services on the available avenues to fight revenge porn.

ABOUT DMCA DEFENDER
DMCA Defender is a group working to help victims of revenge porn. They offer services for victims of revenge porn, copyright infringement and other matters. If you have been a victim of revenge porn, contact DMCA Defender today at http://DMCADefender.com.

Sources:

California State Legislature. (2014). Disorderly conduct: invasion of privacy. Retrieved from
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201320140SB255

New Jersey State Legislature. (2014). Upgrades crime of invasion of privacy under certain circumstances. Retrieved from http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/2014/Bills/S1000/793_I1.HTM

Utah State Legislature. (2014). H.B. 71 Substitute Distribution of Intimate Images. Retrieved from
http://le.utah.gov/~2014/bills/static/HB0071.html

ACLU. (2014). Introduction of Senate Bill 2694, measure criminalizing Revenge porn. Retrieved from
http://www.aclu-il.org/introduction-of-senate-bill-2694-measure-criminalizing-revenge-porn/

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