Hunter Moore is an American convicted criminal from Sacramento, California. Rolling Stone called him “the most hated man on the Internet”.
In 2010, he created the revenge porn website Is Anyone Up? which allowed users to post sexual and explicit photos of people online without their consent, often accompanied by personal information such as their names and addresses. He refused to take down pictures on request.
Moore called himself “a professional life ruiner” and compared himself to Charles Manson.
The website was up for 16 months, during which Moore stated several times he was protected by the same laws that protect Facebook. Moore also paid a hacker to break into email accounts of victims and steal private photos to post.
The FBI started an investigation on Moore in 2012 after receiving evidence from the mother of one of the victims.
The site was closed in April 2012 and sold to an anti-bullying group. In February 2015, Moore pleaded guilty to felony charges for aggravated identity theft and aiding and abetting in the unauthorized access of a computer.
In November 2015, Moore was sentenced to two years and six months in prison, a $2,000 fine, and $145.70 in restitution. He was released from prison in May 2017.
Where Is Hunter Moore 2022?
Is Anyone Up!: The Story of Revenge Porn, a memoir that Moore self-published shortly after being released from prison in May 2017, was released. But aside from that, the now-36-year-old convicted felon has remained largely anonymous; despite the Daily Mail’s claim that he is “believed to be back living in his parents’ house,” it is unclear exactly where he is. And although Moore had initially consented to take part in the documentary, he later changed his mind.
The Most Hated Man on the Internet, on the other hand, is hoping to aid Charlotte Laws in spreading her message as she continues to fight the good fight. She told the Daily Mail, “I’m still called by ladies every day, and I anticipate that number to increase when the Netflix show is released.” “I’m simply a mom who stood up for her kid, but I’ll make it my duty to stand up for anyone’s kid.”