C.A. Goldberg Victims’ Rights Law Firm is a New York law firm started by Carrie Goldberg that handles blackmail, extortion, sextortion, stalking an harassment, revenge porn, domestic violence, child victims rights, anti-abortion harassment, public figure crisis, Title IX, and deepfakes.
This recent study shows that two-thirds of young adults ages 18-29 have been subject to some type of online sexual harassment, and this behavior disproportionately targets women, people of color, LGBTQ individuals, and those with disabilities
The Cyber Civil Rights Initiative maintains a list of revenge porn laws.
The mission of the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative is to combat online abuses that threaten civil rights and civil liberties.
In Feminist Majority Foundation v. University of Mary Washington, No. 17-2220 (4th Cir. Dec. 19, 2018), the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that universities cannot ignore student complaints about anonymous, online sexual harassment—the first appellate court in the country to do so.
The plaintiffs and their lawyers.