Blackhawks Suspend Prospect Garret Ross Amid 'Revenge Porn' CaseThe Blackhawks just learned of the legal proceedings Saturday, they said.
Woman Posted Topless Photos Of Her Ex-Friend Online, Riverside Cops SayAuthorities were able to use a new anti-"revenge porn" law against Stephanie A. Kaczmarek, police said.
Gov. Quinn Signs 'Revenge Porn' Penalties Into LawDistributing private images online without a person's consent will be a felony under a law signed by Gov. Pat Quinn.
Suit: Former NFL Player Published Explicit Images Of Ex-Wife Without PermissionA former NFL player’s ex-wife is suing him, alleging that his actions resulted in sexually explicit photos and videos of her being posted to several pornographic websites without her consent or knowledge.
2 Investigators: Website Demands $250 To Remove 'Revenge Porn' There's a new trend called “revenge porn” that's leaving lots of people red-faced and feeling violated. CBS 2’s Pam Zekman reports.

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