Revenge porn hacker pleads guilty, faces 7 years

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Charlie Evens, 26, has pleaded guilty to hacking into the email accounts of hundreds of women to steal and resell their naked pictures. He faces up to seven years in prison. This act — posting non-consensual nude photos of a person on the web — is a growing form of online harassment known as “revenge porn.” Evens — who was the focus of a recent CNNMoney report — fessed up on Wednesday before United States District Judge Dolly M. Gee in California. When Evens was 23, he was hired by Hunter Moore, who is known as the “king of revenge porn” to steal naked photos of women. Moore would pay Evens for the pictures and post them on his now defunct site, IsAnybodyUp.com. In February, Moore pleaded guilty to the same two felony charges — federal computer crime and identity theft. “I did it for money, it makes me sound like a monster,” Evens told CNNMoney’s Laurie Segall earlier this year. Evens said he met Moore after hacking him — he didn’t even know who Moore was at that time. “He contacted me saying that he’d pay me to [hack] for him,” he said. So Evens began stealing photos to […]

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