Though I spend a lot of time on the Internet, there is still a lot I haven't seen. I read recently about "Is Anyone Up?" (which recently decided to shutdown), a website that allowed users to submit nude photographs of others, many of which were referred to as "pornographic souvenirs from relationships gone sour." Most posts also began with a screenshot of the person's Facebook profile.
Certainly this should be an illegal act, and the publication is something the victim should be able to stop, but is it too late? Are people so used to the idea of the Internet being open to nearly any activity that such a statute would change the nature of the Internet?