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A Facebook group with about 30,000 male Marines posting nude photos of their female colleagues prompted a Pentagon investigation and a conversation about revenge porn in the military. But it’s not just the Marines. Revenge porn and other forms of nonconsensual pornography are major concerns in high schools and among advocates against online harassment. Now, state and federal lawmakers are trying to protect victims of revenge porn, and many others are trying to change the culture that causes online harassment.
- General Robert B. Neller Commandant of the Marine Corps
- Thomas Gibbons-Neff Reporter for The Washington Post; former Marine infantryman.
- Danielle Citron Professor, University of Maryland Carey School of Law and author of "Hate Crimes in Cyberspace"
- Mary Anne Franks Professor, University of Miami School of Law and Legislative & Tech Policy Director of the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative.
- Nancy Jo Sales Author, "American Girls: Social Media and the Secret Lives of Teenagers."
- Rep. Jackie Speier U.S. representative (D) for California's 14th congressional district; ranking member on the House Armed Services Committee's Subcommittee on Military Personnel; member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
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