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Without My Consent empowers victims of egregious online privacy violations to lead the fight against online harassment.
Is the nonconsensual creation or publication of private intimate images unlawful?
Someone from my past won’t stop contacting me/my new partner/my family. How do I get him/her to stop?
What are the relevant legal claims I might bring against someone who published private intimate images of me without my consent?
What’s the first thing I should do when unwanted images appear online?
How do I find an attorney?
Building a state by state database
We are compiling a comprehensive overview of the possible civil claims that a victim of such conduct might explore, and the potential criminal consequences of the unlawful conduct, in each jurisdiction.
From July 2013 to February 2014, Without My Consent conducted an online survey to better understand the experience of online harassment victims. In September 2014, we published a Preliminary Report: Without My Consent’s Survey of Online Stalking, Harassment and Violations of Privacy. See our blog post for more information.