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— Hunter Moore (@Huntermoore) January 3, 2013
Hunter Moore, the infamous provacateur behind “revenge porn” site Is Anyone Up, is prepping an October launch of a new website according to The Daily. And if 26-year-old Moore’s boast to The Daily is to be believed, we’re in for “the scariest thing on the Internet.”
Moore shut his site down in April 2012, claiming that having to comb through a large amount of daily child pornography submissions was wearying. He sold the site to Internet entrepreneur James McGibney, who turned the domain into Bullyville, an anti-bullying forum.
Details are scarce on Moore’s new venture, which he described as a hodgepodge of Is Anyone Up with options borrowed from Foursquare, Facebook and hacktivism hotbed 4chan. It sounds like more of Moore’s homemade concoction of amateur porngraphy and social media, though this time there is less anonymity for users submitting content.
So what’s actually so scary about Moore’s new venture? Only time will tell. Pressed for a more clear answer by The Daily, Moore replied: “Basically you’re going to be able to get your dick sucked 10 times faster than Match.com, Okcupid or Craigslist. It’s going to be super scary.”
Federal officials are investigating the founder of a “revenge porn” website on which spurned spouses and lovers posted naked photos of former partners, according to ABC News.
Hunter Moore, 26, admitted to Nightline that he started the site, called IsAnyoneUp.com, which he designed as a place for “public humiliation” where users could upload sexually explicit photos of others without their permission. He boasted he was a “professional life ruiner.”
The FBI launched its investigation after at least one victim of his site complained. An aspiring actress said topless photos of her ended up on the site, and she suspects her computer was hacked—an accusation Moore denies. “To be seen on that website breaks my heart inside,” she said. Moore sold the site last month for close to $15,000 to BullyVille.com, which shut it down.
Hunter Moore, 26, this week sold IsAnyoneUp.com – where people were encouraged to send in intimate pictures of their exes – to Bullyville.com for an undisclosed fee.
He said he cut the deal to ‘stand up for under-age bullying’, with its new patrons saying the controversial site ‘served no public good’ and ‘that is why it’s offline’. Moore earned up to $20,000 each month from his site, run by a team of four, that attracted more than 300,000 hits each day and became popular across the world.
It would see subscribers publishing their ex-partner’s pictures, their full name and links to the social networking sites – all without their permission.
But, in a letter detailing his decision to sell the firm, he revealed he struggled to make ends meet and turned to porn to make money. He wrote: ‘The bills were getting too insane and I had to turn to the porn game for extra money but it’s too shady and, in my opinion, it ruined the site.’
Constantly threatened with legal action by people whose pictures appeared, he was also warned by Facebook because many of the photographs were lifted from the site. He reportedly ignored a cease and desist letter from the web giant, and said he sent the social networking site’s lawyers a picture of his genitals in reply.
The purchased domain now redirects straight to the Bullyville site, where letters from Moore and McGibney have been posted.
Moore wrote: ”The site was a blessing for me and still is, but I am burned out and I honestly can’t take another underage kid getting submitted and having to go through the process of reporting it and dealing with all the legal drama of that situation.”
McGibney said he ‘commended’ Moore for ‘having the courage to write this letter, knowing that he’s going to face a massive amount of negativity for doing so.’
He said: ‘I’ve known Hunter for quite some time now, and the fact of the matter is that he’s a very smart guy. While he has been misguided, he is very astute and socially observant.
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