Oct 082014
 
 October 8, 2014  Online

Amanda Bronstad reports:

Despite its prevalence, revenge porn victims face challenges in pursuing legal remedies against those who post sexually explicit photos of them on the Internet. Last month, K&L Gates launched the Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project, a first-of-its kind pro bono initiative to represent victims of revenge porn.

David Bateman, a partner in the firm’s Seattle office, is co-founder of the project. He talked to The National Law Journal about how lawyers have assisted those victims. The remarks below have been edited for length and clarity.

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