cyber Tag

***Read the full report at the end of this post. Alexandra Mayers commentary: If there’s justice in the Universe, the developers and operators of Pornwikileaks (along with individuals such as Ari Scott Bass and Sean Matthew Tompkins) will be held accountable for the assault against me, my family and the multitudes of others the venture targeted. Cyber violence is psychological warfare – and in regards to how pornography ties into it all…today’s pornographic industry is essentially entirely controlled by ORGANIZED CRIME (in other words, today criminals are fraudulently labeling themselvesRead More
spotted on Gaza Tech Workers Target Israeli Instutions A group of hackers from Gaza used pornographic videos in a wide-scale cyberattack on several Israeli institutions and individuals. A report titled Operation Arid Viper: Bypassing the Iron Dome released Monday by the cyber security company Trend Micro detailed the hacking campaign carried out by the tech workers from Gaza. The report called the strategy of using pornographic videos “distinct” and “previously unseen.” The hackers sent individuals a “phishing” email with a “pornographic movie” meant to embarrass targets into ignoring theRead More
Monica Foster commentary: That might not be such a bad thing…you can’t contract an STD from a computer – but you CAN from an escort of prostitute pimped by ILLEGAL ESCORT RINGS (which are what the Los Angeles porn industry is the gateway for).  courtesy Twenty percent of porn addicts prefer watching pornography to being sexually intimate, according to a new study from the University of Sydney. The research shows that, in severe cases, porn addicts will shun real intimacy in favour of online interactions. As the addict withdrawsRead More
Monica Foster commentary: THANK GOD this site is down – all the people who were victims of it now hopefully can have peace. Now I just pray that the websites and people that continue to victimize, stalk and bully myself and my family will vanish. courtesy from – Revenge porn website has been the most famous source for sexualized bullying – now it has been sold and converted to an anti-bullying resource. In a surprising turn, one-proud bully and site owner Hunter Moore has sold IsAnyoneUp forRead More
Hunter Moore – typical loser courtesy In an Awl interview a few months later, he said revenue was up to $13,000 a month, thanks to increased traffic — likely generated in great part by media attention, as journalist after journalist has flocked to Moore, each equally astounded by his unapologetic attitude toward the unwilling models on the site who complain of humiliation, harassment and lost jobs. In addition to advertising, the Village Voice reports that Moore is now being booked to do paying DJ gigs and party appearances aroundRead More
courtesy ***Update – the bill has been halted.*** from – A bill that passed in the Arizona state legislature could pose a major threat to freedom of speech in the state as it bans anything deemed ‘offensive’ that is published online. Though it started as an attempt to curb online bullying, opponents see it as a major violation of the First Amendment. The bill would ‘make unlawful any misuse of electronic or digital devices to terrify, intimidate, threaten, harass, annoy, or offend in the course of stalking.’ ‘ItRead More