In this Oct. 30, 2013 photo, Annmarie Chiarini, from left, University of Maryland law professor Danielle Keats Citron and state Rep. Jon Cardin, D-Baltimore County, are silhouetted during a news conference to announce a bill that would criminalize "revenge porn" - the nonconsensual distribution of ex-significant others' nude photos on the Internet - in Baltimore. Chiarini got behind the cause after an ex-boyfriend took to the Internet to post nude images that she shared with him privately over the course of their relationship. After California and New Jersey passed laws outlawing revenge porn, an increasing number of states, including Maryland, Wisconsin and New York, are considering whether to make it illegal. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
In this Oct. 30, 2013 photo, Annmarie Chiarini, from left, University of Maryland law professor Danielle Keats Citron and state Rep. Jon Cardin, D-Baltimore County, are silhouetted during a news conference to announce a bill that would criminalize "revenge porn" - the nonconsensual distribution of ex-significant others' nude photos on the Internet - in Baltimore. Chiarini got behind the cause after an ex-boyfriend took to the Internet to post nude images that she shared with him privately over the course of their relationship. After California and New Jersey passed laws outlawing revenge porn, an increasing number of states, including Maryland, Wisconsin and New York, are considering whether to make it illegal. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) AP
In this Oct. 30, 2013 photo, Annmarie Chiarini, from left, University of Maryland law professor Danielle Keats Citron and state Rep. Jon Cardin, D-Baltimore County, are silhouetted during a news conference to announce a bill that would criminalize "revenge porn" - the nonconsensual distribution of ex-significant others' nude photos on the Internet - in Baltimore. Chiarini got behind the cause after an ex-boyfriend took to the Internet to post nude images that she shared with him privately over the course of their relationship. After California and New Jersey passed laws outlawing revenge porn, an increasing number of states, including Maryland, Wisconsin and New York, are considering whether to make it illegal. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) AP

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