Thousands of women and girls are being threatened and harassed by a website that avenges “revenge pornography.” Dozens of social media users have reacted strongly and demand the intervention of police.
This website, without requiring registration and without strict conditions, allows users to circulate material, which depicts the private moments of a woman, without the knowledge of those depicted.
Social media users are asking for the immediate intervention of the Cyber -Crime Department of the Greek Police.
Α young woman who discovered the despicable website turned to police and she was told that she cannot file a complain because she was not personally affected.
for my intl oomfs: chatpic is a revenge porn website where people (men) share nudes of sometimes underage girls without their consent. its disgusting, and the greek channel is the second most popular one and yet our cyber crime division is yet to do anything. #cancelchatpicorg
— aph (@emmabyausten) December 1, 2020
Publishing of naked pictures and private moments of people without their consent is a crime that can be immediately persecuted for as long as they are published.
Η δημοσιοποίηση φωτογραφιών από προσωπικές στιγμές για σκοπούς εκδίκησης μετά την λήξη μιας ερωτικής σχέσης προσκρούει νομικά στην έλλειψη συγκατάθεσης του θύματος.
— Sotiropoulos (@Sotiropoulos) December 2, 2020
Non Greek oomfs, this site includes nude$ of various women. It may also contain porn0graphic content as well. Greek Twitter decided to spread awareness about it. I think it's an international site!! We should take it down. This is unacceptable! #cancelchatpicorg
— Seokjin's birthday is comin' ⁷ 🇬🇷 (@euphoria1804) December 2, 2020
TW// revenge p*rn
Please please PLEASE this is important! This site is posting revenge p*rn and other non consensual pictures and info of girls (possibly underage too!). Greek twitter is trying to take them down. Please take a look and help raise awareness! #cancelchatpicorg https://t.co/sGBOG3SKme
— καραμελαqui🍒❇🍭 (@niandranivalis) December 1, 2020
On Twitter, Greek users have created the hashtag #cancelchatpicorg demanding the immediate intervention of Greek Police.
They warn that that the website may operate also on international level.