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Women granted temporary injunction in "revenge" porn site case

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A group of women suing men who they say posted nude pictures of them on a "revenge" porn site were granted a temporary injunction after an Orange County Courtroom for a hearing Tuesday.

The defendants now have 15 days to turn over all of the women's information and pictures or they will be in contempt.

An attorney representing the popular internet domain provider Go Daddy filed a motion for the provider to be dismissed from the case saying Go Daddy had no involvement in the posting of pornographic photos. 

Go Daddy shut down the revenge site once  but attorney John Morgan says the domain provider allowed the defendants to get a new domain name for the same revenge site.

Judge Buddie Hahn will take a week to review case law before deciding if Go Daddy will be dismissed from the case.


 

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