Report Says Top US Gov't Computers Have Been Linked To 'Revenge-Porn' Websites
January 11, 2018
(NATIONAL) -- Porn is in high demand on the Internet. How high? According to a report by The Huffington Post, fully 30 percent of all data transferred across the Internet is porn.
Rated X, even on government computers
The report also says YouPorn, one of the bigger video porn sites, streams six times the bandwith that Hulu does. If true, that is a massive number of eyeballs watching strangers have sex in every possible way.
And now comes word that US government computers have been linked to 'revenge-porn' websites with users connecting to those sites from US Senate, Navy, and Executive Branch computers.
A report by The Daily Beast says data obtained by a security analyst and shared with The Daily Beast reveals the "behind-the-scenes of the epicenter of revenge porn: a notorious image board called Anon-IB, where users constantly upload non-consensual imagery, comment on it, and trade nudes like baseball cards."
The data also shows Anon-IB users connecting from U.S. Senate, Navy, and other government computers, including the Executive Office of the President, "even as senators push for a bill that would further combat the practice, and after the military’s own recent revenge-porn crisis."
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