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This will not put free speech or the free Internet at risk.
Why should it be easy to take down Guardians of the Galaxy and impossible to delete stolen nude photos? These laws began passing after a man named Christopher Chaney hacked into the accounts of two women he knew, plus Scarlett Johansson and Mila Kunis.
But that's not always the case.
This is deplorable, or useful, or both.
It will just give solace to people who clearly deserve that.
The first is the shaming of the subjects of nude photos that is still all too common.
Of course, common sense says that you shouldn't post anything online that you aren't ready to get linked back to you in some way — anonymity is hard to come by.