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Post 'revenge porn' in California and you may go to jail

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is one group that opposed the bill in June. Although the EFF acknowledged that revenge porn is a problem that needs to be addressed, the group questioned Cannella's solution.

"It also criminalizes the victimless instances," Nate Cardozo, an EFF attorney, said in a statement. "And that's a problem with the First Amendment. Whenever you try and criminalize speech, you have to do so in the most narrowly tailored way possible."

Wednesday, October 2, 2013
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