REVENGE PORN RESOURCES
The Cyber Civil Rights Initiative
The End Revenge Porn Campaign was begun in 2012 by a victim of nonconsensual pornography, Dr. Holly Jacobs. That campaign, which called for a federal criminal law against revenge porn, became the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative in 2013. CCRI is now the leading U.S. based nonprofit organization in legislative and technological reform on this issue. CCRI's model criminal statute served as the template for the ENOUGH Act, the federal criminal bill now pending before Congress. CCRI has been working directly with members of Congress for five years on this law, as well as with legislators in nearly every state to pass state legislation on the issue. Nearly every one of the 39 states that now has a law either used our statute as a basis or worked directly with CCRI.
CCRI also works extensively with the tech industry, including Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft. CCRI was instrumental in convincing all of these companies to ban nonconsensual porn from their platforms and services in 2014 and we continue to work with them to develop content removal guidelines and other victim support resources.
Revenge Porn Crisis Helpline:
24 HOURS: (844)-878-CCRI
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
24 HOURS: (800) 273-8255
The Trevor Project - LGBTQ Youth Suicide Prevention
24 HOURS: (888) 642-3405
A reputation management and repair company and top provider of Digital Millennium Copyright Act DMCA Takedown Services & Content Protection. DMCA Defender offers image monitoring, and help for victims of revenge porn or online extortion.
McAllister Olivarius Law
A leading law firm in online attacks and revenge porn. Located in New York City and London, UK.
A mobile application helping revenge porn victims locate and remove their photos online
A non-profit organization powered by a global network of local activists who are dedicated to ending harassment in public spaces and online.
Without My Consent
A non-profit organization seeking to combat online invasions of privacy and provide resources for victims.
The BADASS Army
BADASS (Battling Against Demeaning and Abusive Selfie Sharing) is an organization founded by victims of image based abuse for the purpose of empowering victims by actively fighting back against those who post non-consensual photos, as well as the platforms that host the images. BADASS provides victims with legal, tech, and emotional support- as well as provide a judgement free safe place for them to heal amongst other victims.
50 Shades of Silence
A global movement giving voice and dignity to victims of cyber harassment and online crimes through a forthcoming documentary.
A web resource that provides information and support to people fighting domestic abuse, mental illness and addiction.