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Jared Fogle, the former Subway spokesman, who is on the brink of a plea deal with the feds admitting that he solicited and paid for sex with minors and obtained child pornography, will pay $1.4m to his fourteen victims ($100k each) as part of his criminal plea bargain.  As I noted here on my blog and on Huffpo Live last week, the restitution,

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You Can Sue Your Rapist

August 20, 2015

Today I spoke to Zerlina Maxwell at HuffPost Live about what justice for sex crime victims looks like. Also joining were Danielle Bostick and Elona Washington, two inspiring survivors of childhood sexual assault and experts.   
The topic was Jared Fogle, former spokesman for Subway, pleading guilty to charges of sex crimes.

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KrebsOnSecurity confirmed that the AshleyMadison.com data dumping is the real deal and they theorize it’s an inside job.
[Insert bad joke about data and cheating husbands both getting dumped today. Abstain from dumb joke that hackers are tech-savvy divorce attorneys.]
As you may recall, last month,

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So what do you think?!   It has been a wonderful 4 months building this website with the expert crew at Clique Studios. I marvel at how Sean Maconachy could alchemize my barely coherent descriptions into this magnificence.   Did you notice the banners are uber-up-close pixellated images? Not telling what they are of,

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In early September, Rep. Jackie Speier (CA-D) will introduce new federal legislation making it illegal to distribute sexual or nude images without the depicted person’s consent. Surprising to many, the ACLU has been the staunchest enemy of the state revenge porn laws sweeping the country (presently 25 states and DC have passed law).

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The National Network to End Domestic Violence held its 3rd annual Safety Net Technology Summit in San Francisco July 27-30, 2015. The event was for advocates and professionals addressing technology and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, stalking, and trafficking. I had the pleasure of co-presenting with Erica Johnstone, Esq.

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In what may be the least empathy rousing hack in the history of the Internet, AshleyMadison, an online hook-up site for some 37 million cheaters, was cyber-attacked by “The Impact Team.”
Hacking group hijacked the site and said they’d “taken over all systems in [Ashley Madison’s] entire office and production domains, all customer information databases,

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UPDATE:  Cunningham pleads not guilty.  Neighbors heard yelling before arrest, he poured gasoline on victim’s clothes before throwing them out the window.]
Some are calling this revenge porn’s most high profile story.  The story broke yesterday that Jets linebacker, Jermaine Cunningham, 26, was arrested on December 29,

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Now you can ask Google to remove nude or sexually explicit images or videos that have been shared without your consent, from Google search results!  The form is a little choose-your-own adventure-y meets scantron.  But hopefully the kinks will get ironed out, as kinks do.
The form is here.

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Today my home state of Washington became the 25th state to criminalize the nonconsensual distribution of intimate images.  All but three went into effect after the crusading efforts of the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative began just a couple short years ago. Congratulations to  Legal Voice and Antoinette Bonsignore for the tremendous work on making this happen in WA!

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