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The FBI has yet to comment on what happened to the domains.A group of 23 women have signed on to a class-action lawsuit in the hopes of putting a dent in the practice of "revenge porn" — a rather despicable type of online pornography that consists of user-submitted pictures, usually of an ex-wife or ex-girlfriend and usually without the subject's permission."I went from being depressed and embarrassed to being really pissed off," she said.At the moment, is running in "members only maintenance mode," due to "extremely large amounts of traffic" — though it wouldn't surprise us if the site was down due to lawsuit-related issues.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation fell into the same trap last year when the web addresses it seized led people onto to sites peddling porn, fake security software, malware, adware and bogus special offers.

This appears to be a defect in the browser which should be addressed soon.

The simplest approach to avoid this problem is to continue to use the Facebook app but not use the in-app browser.

Unfortunately, taking down Go in this case will likely be a difficult battle — there isn't a lot of precedent for making a site's host responsible for the content of the site itself.

And as a "respectable" company, Go Daddy will likely draw a lot less attention than in this case — though the site seems likely to just argue that it is hosting the pictures, and the real responsibility lies with those who uploaded the pics in the first place.

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