Today Danielle Green is an activist and businesswoman who wants to make a mark worldwide, although the first steps are being taken in the United States, where she is originally from and where she lived a hell after her nude photos of her reached an internet portal by decision of a man.
Hunter Moore is the name of one of the people who for months terrified men and women alike since he created a site where digital revenge was free and could be done.
They are the main protagonists of the documentary that Netflix offers in its catalog, and although it sounds similar to what was experienced in Mexico in the case of the Olympia Law, this makes it clear that violence in this way and punishments like this are not alien to a society or country.
TERROR IS BORN
Although Moore accepted his role as “professional life wrecker” and repeatedly stated his refusal to take responsibility for the damage his website caused, the scam finally caught up with him: he became the subject of an FBI investigation and served time in federal prison.
The documentary tells the story of his website which at the beginning of the decade 2010, called “IsAnyoneU” was used to post nude photos and personal informationsometimes stolen and other times provided by ex-partners or acquaintances of the victims.
With those posts he invited visitors to make fun of the people who went out there.
Where is the call to action? What can we do now to bring about change? That’s what I’m trying to do: inspire people to take action instead of just commenting on the internet.”
Danielle Green, victim of harassment and revenge on the internet
In one of the victim’s recent interviews, today victorious as she calls herself, she explains that for her this has a goal beyond the legal justice that was achieved.
“Where is the call to action? What can we do now to bring about change? That’s what I’m trying to do: inspire people to take action instead of just commenting on the internet.”
MODE OF OPERATION
Throughout three episodes, the documentary disarms history and puts the actions of Hunter Moore, before being named “the most hated” by Rolling Stone magazine after a report.
Moore’s site it launched in 2010 and only lasted 16 months onlineenough to put in check and whip the lives of the victims posted there.
Nevertheless, reached 350 thousand unique users per day and earned up to $30,000 a month in ad revenue, according to some reports at the time.
The aforementioned Danielle Green did not agree very much with the image that Moore was receiving, so in a recent interview with Rolling Stone he said that he would take advantage of the attention so that the public would join his cause.
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From his social networks he confirmed the launch of a clothing line called ‘Victor’, alluding to the fact that from the name victim in English he achieved victory in this bitter drinkeither.
plan to donate at least 10% of net profits to an organization that helps victims of revenge porn and fights for federal legislation against the abuse of intimate non-consensual images.
He describes that after seeing himself in that place he fell into a deep depression. “It really took me to a suicidal place,” she says. “I was such a young girl.”
However, she wants other survivors of this type of abuse to know that mental health therapy and medication helped her get her life back.
RETURN AND END
Media reported that after being released, andn 2018, Moore published a revealing book about her story.
On Twitter in April of this year, Moore described that she is “living my life in peace now. Since the series debuted on Netflix, its appearance on the social network increased; however, your account has already been suspended. (with information from Rolling Stone)