Florida could make revenge porn a felony

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FLORIDA – More women are falling victim to revenge porn. Here in Houston a man was just arrested, Matthew Guillory, for allegedly posting naked photos of his ex under a false name. Back in January, revenge porn website TEXXXAN.com was shut down for copyright infringement after dozens of women filed a lawsuit. Now Florida is trying to pass a bill making it a felony. Guilty exes would get 5 years in prison and a $5,000 fine.

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