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Anonymous Hacks HunterMoore.tv, Posts Everything Online [Updated]

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In response to Revenge Porn King Hunter Moore‘s new HunterMoore.tv, a site that might make it much easier to locate, stalk and even harm anyone whose images are published there, Anonymous recently mounted #OpHuntHunter and #OpAntiBully, efforts to expose everything Mr. Moore hasn’t made public or doesn’t want the public to know.

The operation began in earnest Wednesday with a denial-of-service (DDoS) attack against HunterMoore.tv. Based on a Pastebin post published by Anonymous Thursday, that DDoS was a cover for Anonymous’s real goal, sifting for nasty buried treasures on Mr. Moore’s site: Read More

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Anonymous Temporarily Takes Down HunterMoore.TV Right Before Live BBC Interview

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Anonymous claims it has gained access to files and photos on HunterMoore.TV, a new website from revenge porn king Hunter Moore. A faction of the hacker collective recently launched an operation to hold the “most hated man on the Internet” accountable. A source within Anonymous told Betabeat that the group has access to “all of the content he is going to release, some even from the old [Is Anyone Up] site apparantly because it still has their logos.” Read More

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Hunter Moore’s ‘Scary as Shit’ Revenge Porn Site Will Map Submitted Photos to People’s Addresses

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In an interview with Betabeat last night, infamous revenge porn peddler Hunter Moore shed some light on what his new smut submission site, HunterMoore.TV, will look like. Mr. Moore, who rose to prominence with the now-defunct revenge porn site IsAnyoneUp, intends to port all of the old content over from the original site onto the new one. Read More