Dec 042015
 
 December 4, 2015  Breaches, Court, Online

Megan Geuss reports:

In District Court on Wednesday, Hunter Moore, the notorious operator of a now-defunct revenge porn website called “IsAnybodyUp.com,” was sentenced to 30 months in prison on charges of computer hacking and identity theft.

Moore’s site posted nude and/or embarrassing photos of people without their consent, often along with the subjects’ names and other personal information. The site became known as a “revenge porn” website, as jilted exes submitted photos out of revenge. Earlier this year, Moore also pleaded guilty to paying co-conspirator Charles Evans up to $200 per week to steal nude photos from victims by accessing victims’ e-mail accounts through social engineering.

Read more on Ars Technica.

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