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Google’s actions have dramatically changed the landscape of non-consensual distribution of intimate images by providing victims with an immediate solution and relief from the situation. A significant, damaging aspect of revenge pornography was how it previously was handled through online search engines. An ex, a hacker, stalker, or peeping tom could upload intimate images of the victim, and they would go viral overnight.
Google has now put their foot down and is taking a stand against non-consensual porn. With this update, they have made it clear that they will no longer tolerate the unlawful sharing of intimate photos, providing immediate relief to victims.
Victims of revenge porn can now breathe easier knowing that when a potential employer, family member or colleague searches for their name in Google, they will come across their ideas about the world around them, their life’s work and accomplishments, rather than pictures on a site that is exploiting their naked body unlawfully.
Although this update is a big win for victims of revenge porn, the fight against cyber harassment and revenge porn is far from over. Join us today in making a difference in the lives of victims by signing our petition to Congress to criminalize revenge porn at a federal level, along with harsher sentencing guidelines than many of the state laws currently on the books.
Contact 50 Shades of Silence today to learn more about how you can help give voice and dignity to victims of cyber harassment.