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I hope that I can help other women just be aware of themselves and if they are in a vulnerable spot to not allow this kind of behavior to happen,” said Berry.
We don’t like to be too motherly, but we genuinely care about our daters, as well as those who have yet to join the Free And Single fray.
With the far reaching effects of social media, many women are finding themselves the victims of “revenge porn.” The National Conference of State Legislatures (“NCSL”) defines “revenge porn” as “the posting of nude or sexually explicit photographs or videos of people online without their consent, even if the photograph itself was taken with consent.” The NCSL reports that in 2014, 28 states either introduced, or had pending, legislation to criminalize and combat “revenge porn.” In Florida however, legislative efforts to criminalize such conduct have failed. Failed legislation to protect the victims of “revenge porn” often times leave the victims with little recourse from the legal system, until now.
In Melissa’s case, as many, a civil jury delivered a strong and clear message with a 0,000.00 verdict against Dawson.
Next, Dawson sent the intimate and explicit photos of Melissa to the My Space page for the Tampa Bay Breeze.
At that time, My Space, the precursor to Facebook, was the social media choice.
Dawson began to demand 0.00 for his phone that was destroyed, and his demand also included an extortion that, unless Melissa paid him 0.00, embarrassing photos of her would be posted on the internet.
The defendant was a self-proclaimed “safe dating expert” who ran websites aimed at protecting women who are in the dating scene.
Soon after their relationship ended, Melissa received a phone call from a friend who told her that someone was at a bar showing people intimate and explicit images of her which were saved on a cell phone.
Don’t be afraid to drag things out It’s understandable that someone – especially if you really gel with them – might push for a meetup.