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Biden Has a Plan to Tackle Online Harassment. What Does It Actually Say? (VICE)

What Does Biden’s Ambitious Plan to Tackle Online Harassment Actually Say?
Image abuse experts and sex worker rights advocates weigh in on President-elect Joe Biden's plan to end violence against women online.

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Ann Olivarius, founder of McAllister Olivarius, a law firm that specializes in non-consensual pornography, said that she “cannot stress enough” the importance of federal legislation with criminal and civil penalties for online harassment—including image-based abuse. “A uniform, fair standard that protects victims of online harassment across the whole country would be a tremendous advance,” she said.

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