Holly Jacobs, 30, is fighting to change the nation's laws after private nude images of herself were posted on so-called "revenge porn" websites, allegedly by her ex-boyfriend, without her consent or knowledge. When Holly Jacobs sent nude photographs of herself to a long-distance boyfriend she loved and trusted, the year-old woman never imagined the horror that would befall her. In August , less than a year after the pair mutually ended their three-year relationship, Jacobs did a Google search of her name and discovered the naked photos on a so-called "revenge porn" website. It violates you over and over again. What came next was perhaps more shocking to Jacobs.
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