Hunter Moore, proprietor of the defunct revenge porn website IsAnyoneUp.com, has been indicted by the F.B.I. in California. Twenty-seven-year-old Moore and a second suspect, Charles Evens, 25, are charged with 15 counts each, including one count of conspiracy, seven counts of unauthorized access to ... More >>
Is one hacker behind many of the "revenge-porn" photos that were posted on Hunter Moore's Is Anyone Up?
This week in the Voice, out today, Camille Dodero writes about the FBI's investigation of revenge porn entrepreneur Hunter Moore, noting: "as more unsuspecting subjects ended up on Is Anyone Up, more of them claimed that they'd been hacked -- that someone had actually gained access to their e-mail a ... More >>
As of noon EST, Hunter Moore's revenge-porn site Is Anyone Up?, the subject of our recent cover story, has been shut down after being taken over by the website "Bullyville." The letter below is what's currently posted to the domain formerly known as Is Anyone Up:
The hated revenge-porn profiteer says he wants to teach a lesson with his web site. How long before the 26-year-old learns one himself?
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This week in the Voice, out today: Camille Dodero profiles Hunter Moore, the hard-partying entrepreneur behind revenge porn site Is Anyone Up, writing: "Hunter Moore is trying to screw a 20-year-old woman on my lap. It's after 2 in the morning, we're squashed in a stretch limo with 11 others, stray ... More >>