Skip to comments.World’s worst human finally arrested by the FBI
Posted on 01/25/2014 9:14:31 AM PST by rickmichaels
LOS ANGELES A notorious revenge porn website operator and another California man have been charged with stealing nude photos from hundreds of hacked email accounts and posting the images online.
Hunter Moore, 27, who has been dubbed by some media outlets as the most hated man on the Internet, was arrested Thursday at his home. FBI agents also arrested Charles Evens, 25, of the Studio City area of Los Angeles.
Evens pleaded not guilty in a Los Angeles court while Moore appeared in court in Sacramento but didnt enter a plea, U.S. attorneys spokesman Thom Mrozek said.
Both remained jailed.
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Moral of the story: Don’t send nekkid pictures of yourself through email or post them on the internet.
Keef Oberman got arrested?
And here I thought that Olberman was finally done.
Same could be said our Federal Reserve Bank.
> from the article:
I just monetize peoples mistakes that they made, and its kind of a shady business. But if it wasnt me, somebody else was going to do it, he said.
In a 2012 interview on CNNs Dr. Drew show, a woman who called in to the show chastised Moore for refusing requests to remove naked selfies of her daughter and alleged they came from a hacked account.
Im sure she sent the pictures to a million different guys and just ended up on my site just like everybody else, Moore said, although he added that he didnt want to hurt her daughter.
Im sorry that your daughter was cyber-raped. But, I mean, now shes educated on technology, he added.
I’m surprised he’s not a high level appointee on Obama’s staff with an attitude and mentality like that.
> Moral of the story: Dont send nekkid pictures of yourself through email or post them on the internet.
They would send mine back...lol
I can't for the life of me understand why anybody would put a picture of themselves nude on the internet...unless you plan on making money off of it...then you know the consequences...
Certainly hacking email should be if it isn’t illegal but I know that my email is used by my provider to market stuff to me and the NSA looks at it. I’m not saying this guy is okay but I’m trying to see where the crime is. I think that the identity theft charges are bogus. If someone puts a naked photo out there on the internet, it seems to be that it’s public. What’s the expectation of privacy? If the ex friend scans a nude photo and puts it out there then he might be the criminal. But I still don’t see it as identity theft. It sort of feels like the defense against slander or libel, truth is a defense.
What’s wrong with laughing at stupid people. Its the foundation of every joke made.
Can you get pregnant from being “cyber raped?”
And they kant ketch the other most hated evil doers?
ScareWare Thieves ????
Never take a photo of yourself that you wouldn’t want the public to see.
I believe they are looking at extortion as people were forced to pay several hundred bucks to get the pictures taken down.
There is also some vague law about cyber bullying.
Plenty of “young” girls/women send nude pics taken by their phone to their boyfriend. Eventually they split up and the guy sends the pics to the revenge site.
Is Anthony going to win the Oscar this year?
“They would send mine back...lol”
A Rodney Dangerfield joke. “It was so bad, they wouldn’t even post my naked pictures.”
It’s one thing to post a pic of yourself on an open sight, or even a pay sight on the web. It’s a totally different matter if they go inside your email as they did with Sarah Palin and steal things they were not supposed to ever be privy to.
That is stealing and it is illegal. Just ask the college kid who was convicted by the federal government for hacking Palin’s email.
Sam Kinison advised to leave pornography to the pros.