Porn Site Offers Bounty On Fappening Hackers

by: Joseph On  Wednesday, September 3, 2014

SkweezeMe Fappening Reward

Porn site owners don’t have the best reputations out there, at least in areas of privacy and respect for women’s bodies. But the owner of one porn site, SkweezMe.com, is breaking with that stereotype in response to the massive hacked nude photo leak known as “The Fappening.”

SkweezeMe partner Mike Kulich is offering a to-be-determined-through-fundraising cash reward for the identity of the hacker who got his hands on nude pictures of celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton, and put them on the internet. It might seem like a cheap publicity stunt, but Kulich makes some good points about the importance of consent and the significance of the theft of those photos in his interview with Vice:

“Consent is one of the keystones of the adult entertainment business. Regardless of what anti-porn organizations claim—for instance that we are all human traffickers and pimps—every girl that appears on film for any production company is there of her own free will. … The adult industry feels very strongly about consent, which is why it has been heavily involved in our support for legislation banning revenge porn, which has become illegal in a number of states. Jennifer Lawrence’s pictures were meant to be private and whoever hacked her computer or phone had no right to ever see those photos, let alone leak them to the world. We want this person brought to justice.”

You can also get more information on the offer from the Vice story linked above. And if you have any information on the identity of the hackers in question, go to SkweezeMe.com, spend between 10 and 30 minutes browsing the site’s contents, then let the information be known.

(via Complex)





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