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Revenge porn victim Emma Holten fights back, releases own photos

In 2011, Emma Holten opened her e-mail only to discover she'd been hacked, and nude pictures taken for private use were being shared by thousands. She responded by putting out her own -- consensual -- photos....
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In 2011, Emma Holten opened her e-mail only to discover she'd been hacked, and nude pictures taken for private use were being shared by thousands. She responded by putting out her own -- consensual -- photos.

Emma Holten is a university student in Denmark. She joined us from Copenhagen.

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