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Without My Consent is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in California, comprised of Board of Directors and Advisory Board members from academia, advocacy organizations, the activist community, legal practice and government working on issues concerning online invasions of privacy.

The organization’s unique experience with digital abuse, cyber exploitation and harassment positions Without My Consent to be a resource for speaking opportunities, interviews and engagement across the globe.

For media and related inquiries, please contact Without My Consent Board member Christina Gagnier at gagnier@gamallp.com.

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Latest Press Releases

Without My Consent Launches Something Can Be Done! Resource Guide for Victims of Digital Abuse & Harassment, March 1, 2016 – Download Here

Without My Consent Partners with Peerlyst to Raise Money to Combat Digital Abuse and Invasions of Privacy, February 29, 2016 – Download Here

Press Coverage

George Zimmerman’s Nude Tweets of His Ex Weren’t Revenge Porn – But He May Still Get in Trouble, Fusion, December 8, 2015.

‘Revenge Porn’ Can Break Victims Without Breaking a State Law, The Sacramento Bee, October 29, 2015.

California’s Attorney General Launches a War on ‘Revenge Porn’ And Other Cyber Crimes, The Sun News, October 15, 2015.

A Primer On Online Misogyny: ‘Revenge’ Porn is Only One Dimension, The Huffington Post – Huff Post Women, June 30, 2015.

Why Online Harassment is Still Ruining Lives – And How We Can Stop it, Fast Company, June 23, 2015.

Law Firm Founds Project to Fight ‘Revenge Porn’, The New York Times, January 29, 2015.

CHP Nude Photo Scandal: Why Were No Other Officers Charged?, Contra Costa Times, November 13, 2014.

Despite Security Flaws, Legal Failures: How to Fight Revenge Porn, ZD Net, September 4, 2014.

Can Celebrities Really Do Anything About Their Leaked Naked Photos?, Cosmopolitan, September 2, 2014. 

Could California’s “Revenge Porn” Arrest Mean Future Relief for Staten Island Victims?, SILive, December 12, 2013.

Revenge Porn Websites Taking Advantage of Weak Privacy Laws, Komo, November 20, 2013.

Victims Are Taking on ‘Revenge Porn’ Websites For Posting Photos They Didn’t Consent to, ABA Journal, November 1, 2013.

Law Offers Hope to Victims of ‘Revenge Porn’, SF Gate, October 5, 2013.

California Debate Bill to Punish ‘Revenge Porn’, SF Gate – The Technology Chronicles, August 27, 2013.

Limiting ‘Revenge Porn’ is Topic of Legislation, SF Gate, August 27, 2013.

What Does The Revenge Porn Culture Mean For Real-Life Relationships?, Marie Claire, July 9, 2013.

Revenge Porn: California Legislators Go After Troubling New Trend, Huff Post San Francisco, June 5, 2013.

What to do if Nude Photos of You End Up Online, Women’s Health Magazine, April 16, 2013.

Proposed ‘Revenge Porn’ Bill Will Make it a Felony to Share Naked Photos, Sex Tapes in Florida, International Business Times, April 8, 2013.

Newly Introduced Florida Bill Could Make Publishing Sexually Explicit Videos And Photos Illegal Without Subject’s Consent, Madame Noire, April 8, 2013.

A New Bill in Florida Would Make Non-Consensual ‘Revenge Porn’ a Felony, Jezebel, April 7, 2013.

Criminalizing “Revenge Porn”, Salon, April 6, 2013.

Adria Richards’ Story Shows How Sexual Harassment Endures In Tech Community, Slate – Future Tense, March 25, 2013.

Public Humiliation Over Private Photos, SF Gate, February 10, 2013.

Staten Islanders Hurt by Internet Sex Trap, SILive, January 3, 2013.

Without My Consent – How Video Professionals Can Avoid Online Privacy Violations, Reelse, August 21, 2012.

Laws Help Protect Online Harassers, SF Gate, July 18, 2012.

SXSW Debate: Social Networks Must Require Real Names, CNET, March 10, 2012.

Website Posts Nude Images of Musicians, Often Without Permission, Popmatters, December 9, 2011.

Your Privacy At Risk, Stanford Lawyer, October 28, 2011.

Four Things Google Plus Could do to Fix Google Plus, ZD Net, July 25, 2011.

Someone Posted Something Nasty About You Online. Now What?, Forbes, July 19, 2011.

How to Unmask The Internet’s Vilest Characters, The New York Times, April 22, 2011.