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New York Times Editorial Board: Calling for the Criminalization of Revenge Porn

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  1. Emma D. says:

    I wonder if, based upon our cultural stigmas attached to sexuality, this might be one of the most aggressive violations of privacy possible. It seems as though the heart of this issue is two-fold, having to do with both trust and privacy. I think this situation is especially painful because the victims feel that their privacy was violated by someone they thought they could trust, and it was done so intentionally to harm them. One question that this brings up for me about privacy violations is whether they are inherently more disturbing or hurtful if they are carried out by those we think we can trust.

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