Hunter Moore (36) founded the first revenge porn site
he is the most hated man on the internet
The new Netflix mini-series The Most Hated Man on the Internet explores the case of the bullying king Hunter Moore, who has published thousands of nude photos online against the will of the owners.
He is considered the inventor of “revenge porn”: American Hunter Moore (36), Internet portal “Is Anyone Up?” founder of. The new Netflix series “The Most Hated Man on the Internet” tells the shocking story of the rise and fall of the American entrepreneur.
After the California native was dumped by his ex-girlfriend in 2010, he decided to take revenge on her by taking nude photos. Moore uploaded an attractive photo of his ex to his website without her permission. Then the picture was clicked more than 14,000 times.
Personal data was also published with the pictures
The reason Moore turned it into a business: Since then, Isanyoneup.com has allowed anyone to upload nude photos of other people without their consent. Anonymous users could not only embarrass their victims, but actually condemn them. Because the personal data of those affected was usually provided with the recording. The result: anyone who posted on Moore’s page had to expect a wave of hate reports, bullying, and insults. The site is said to have garnered 30 million views a month. Massive followers of Moore, who dubbed themselves “The Family”, hailed the entrepreneur as the messiah of revenge porn.
The three-part Netflix series reports not only on the crimes of Hunter Moore, but also on the relentless struggle of Charlotte Laws (62). Moore’s site was also unintentionally flooded with pictures of her daughter. Law later fought tirelessly to put an end to the bullying site, after refusing to remove the recording despite her request.
New Netflix mini-series: Here is the trailer of ‘The Most Hated Man on the Internet’,01:54,
In 2015, Moore went to jail
Although Moore could not be prosecuted for material uploaded by other people at the time, an investigation into the law revealed that the nude photos were stolen by a hacker hired by Moore. In April 2012, the infamous website was shut down and three years later Moore was sentenced to 30 months in prison. In 2017, Bullying Raja was released. Shortly thereafter they performed “Make the Internet Great Again” and “Is Anyone Up?” Published two books.
Social media – where Hunter Moore once felt so comfortable – meanwhile has become a game of hide-and-seek for the entrepreneur: his Facebook account is long blocked and his Twitter profile is being taken down repeatedly. One of his last posts also testifies to Moore’s indolence: “If you want me to apologize: I won’t. I owe nothing to anyone.”