Revenge Porn Site 'IsAnyoneUp' Shuts Down, Sold To Anti-Bullying Group

The most hated man on the Internet has turned over a new virtual leaf, after selling revenge porn site IsAnyoneUp.com to anti-bullying organisation BullyVille.

After receiving naked photos submitted by spurned ex-lovers for over a year (along with comments as to why these pictures should be published on the site) IsAnyoneUp owner Hunter Moore took the decision to sell the domain to BullyVille founder Mr McGibney.

Whilst helping him rake in over $20,000 a month from ad revenues (not to mention 300,000 monthly hits), Moore said that a change was in order, as part of an effort "to stand up for under-age bullying".

"Running this site has been an uphill battle to say the least," he said.

"The site was a blessing for me and still is, but I am burned out and I honestly can't take another underage kid getting submitted and having to go through the process of reporting it and dealing with all the legal drama of that situation."

After striking up a friendship with McGibney, Moore realised he could put his programming skills to good - and recognise that his talents "could be channelled in a positive way".

"We spoke about ways to move on, which is ultimately what I've decided to do," wrote Mr Moore.

"I might do some writing on bullyville.com to help people who have been bullied; I've been on both sides of the fence."

Despite this positive change, many critics are skeptical about this 'alliance' - namely due to McGibney's other sites of CheaterVille and KarmaVille, where users are encouraged to snitch on their former lovers (but without the nude imagery).

Source: Herald Sun