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Revenge Porn

McAllister Olivarius is set to launch a web-based service pitched to the victims of image-based abuse, offering self-help tips and explaining their options. Forbes reported on the upcoming website launch in its coverage of the 2019 International Women’s Day Event at Doughty Street Chambers, which addressed the question, “What more can the law do for women?”

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With regard to his response to blackmail attempts, Wired argues, “We could all learn a thing or two from Jeff Bezos.” Managing Partner of McAllister Olivarius Jef McAllister spoke with Wired about responding to blackmail, suggesting it is best to never give in to blackmailers’ requests.

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Both the firm and our client Chrissy Chambers are featured in an article in Grazia magazine that looks at a small triumph this week in the battle against revenge pornography.

Facebook has announced the launch of a set of new tools that are supposed to make it impossible to repost or share intimate images of people uploaded without their permission.