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When Barbara learns that nude photos of her daughter have been put up on a revenge porn site, she vows to get them taken down. But the site’s administrator and his followers refuse, threatening Barbara’s family in retaliation. Barbara doesn’t back down, but in doing so, her and her daughter’s lives are systematically destroyed both online and off.
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