Dec 062012
 December 6, 2012  Posted by  Court, Online, U.S.

Courthouse News reports:

A “revenge pornography” website gained unauthorized access to nude photographs of a woman and posted them on the Internet, the woman claims in court.

Shelby Conklin sued Verisign, Katz Global Media, and, in Denton County Court.

Pinkmeth is her main target. She claims Tucson-based Katz sold “anonymous hosting” Internet services to PinkMeth, and she wants Verisign to disable to PinkMeth website.

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