The goal behind the Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project is relatively straightforward: Provide pro bono legal relief to people who have had nude/sexually explicit photos or videos uploaded to the internet without their consent.

“Revenge porn” is one term for it. A statute in Florida, where CCRLP co-founder Elisa D’Amico practices at the K&L Gates office in Miami, refers to such behavior as “sexual cyber harassment.”

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