A Southern California man has been convicted of running a revenge porn website under a 2013 state law and could be sentenced to up to 20 years in prison.
Kevin Bollaert, of San Diego, was also found guilty on Monday of identity theft and extortion, according to the Associated Press.
His now-offline site, ugotposted.com, worked on an all-too-familiar model: readers could submit nude photos of ex-lovers (almost entirely women), and these submissions often included other personal information like links to victims’ Facebook pages.
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