The California man behind the revenge porn website IsAnyoneUp.com has pleaded guilty to one count of “unauthorized access to a protected computer” and one count of “aggravated identity theft.”
In a statement released Wednesday, federal prosecutors in Los Angeles said that Hunter Moore will face a minimum of two years behind bars, with a maximum of seven years. His sentencing hearing has not been scheduled.
Moore didn’t just post nude pictures that readers sent him. Prosecutors say that Moore paid a co-conspirator, Charles Evens, to trick women to give up access to their e-mail accounts in an effort to find such images.
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