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Jan 29, 2013 9:10 PM by Eric Ross

Dozens of Colorado residents victimized by "porn revenge" web site

Would your former love partner betray you online?

It's happening to hundreds of men and woman across the country. Their personal photographs are being submitted to "revenge porn" web sites for the world to see.

It's a cruel way of cyber bullying that's quickly gaining popularity. The images uploaded are being linked to the victim's social media profiles and in some cases, their personal cell phone numbers are included.

Photos are being obtained through online dating scams or sent in from ex-boyfriends and girlfriends.

If your picture is posted online without your permission, has a crime been committed?

Find out why attorneys and local law enforcement disagree when it comes to law.

We'll also reveal the one piece of evidence which could shut these types of sites down permanently.

Tune in Thursday at 6 p.m. and 10 p.m.

 

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