Is IsAnyoneUp.com still on the Internet?
IsAnyoneUp.com, a controversial website that featured “revenge porn,” has been permanently taken offline after the owner sold the website’s domain name to the anti-bullying organization Bullyville.com.
Moore was given a sentence in November 2015 that included two years and six months in jail, a fine of $2,000, and restitution in the amount of $145.70. In May of 2017, he was granted his release from prison.
In the past few weeks, the website’s reviled owner, Hunter Moore, has been facing increasing pressure to shut down the site after it was believed to have released a picture that included a person who was under the age of 18.
IsAnyoneUp.com had, in the past, refused to remove any content from its website, despite the fact that it had been warned by Facebook that it could face legal action and seemed to disregard a “stop and desist” order issued by Mark Zuckerberg’s company.
A significant number of the retribution pornographic photographs that were sent in were obtained by breaking into many email accounts. James McGibney, the founder of Bullyville, expressed his satisfaction at having triumphed against the “most notorious cyber bully.”
Moore asserted that he was bringing in up to $20,000 (or £12,000) every month in advertising earnings from the website whose tagline was “pure evil.”