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Daily Dashboard | Stopping Revenge Porn: Are Social Networks More Effective than Laws? Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Editorial Director, March 22, 2019

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Companies like Reddit, Facebook and Twitter might all be able to do more to stifle the spread of revenge porn than the U.S. legal system, Mashable reports. All three companies have recently released new policies banning pornographic images and videos shared without the consent of the person pictured. “It’s a wonderful turning point,” said Danielle Citron, author of Hate Crimes in Cyberspace. “When platforms take this stuff down and also pair it with consequences … people have no incentive to do it.” William McGeveran, a free speech and information law professor, said platform operators “are the ones with their hand on the button. They’re the ones who can control what actually gets posted in the first place.”
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