Attorney General Kamala Harris in 2010. (credit: Steve Rhodes via Flickr)

California is taking new steps to fight against the involuntary posting of nude images online, a practice sometimes known as “revenge porn.”
The state’s attorney general, Kamala Harris, said at a press conference today that her office has put together a resource hub to help the victims of what she calls “cyber exploitation,” and she hopes it will be a model for other states.
The hub includes a best practice guide for tech companies to help them stifle the sharing of such images. It also includes a how-to guide for victims to walk them through the process of having images removed from social media sites and online search engines.
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