Operators of revenge porn website ordered to pay $2 million

  By Ricardo Torres-Cortez (contact) Operators of a now-defunct revenge porn website have been ordered to pay $2 million and destroy images depicting the victims and their personal information, the Nevada Attorney General’s Office announced. The site,, allowed users to post intimate photos, videos and personal information of their ex-partners, officials said. The website would then allegedly charge the victims up to $2,800 to take the information down. As a result of the order announced Friday, is permanently barred from operating a website or online service that disseminates intimate images of individuals without their written consent, officials said. The court also ordered the defendants to destroy the intimate images in their possession and pay $2,022,930 in monetary relief to the Federal Trade Commission. After the Nevada Attorney General’s Office and the FTC filed for an injunction in January of this year, was successfully taken offline, officials said….