The new government's plan to make revenge porn a separate and punishable offense, feels like a victory for Chantal from Werkendam - the Netherlands best known victim of revenge porn, her lawyer Thomas van Vugt said to Eindhovens Dagblad.
School group ROC West-Brabant does not have to cooperate in the investigation into who posted a sex video of Chantal from Werkendam online, the court in Breda ruled on Wednesday. The IP address from which the by now infamous sex video was posted, was traced to an IT company that provides services to ROC West-Branant schools.
The Canadian owner of luxury department store Saks Fifth Avenue is negotiating opening a branch on the Rokin in Amsterdam. This means that the plans for a private luxury department store in the building, The Haussmann, are definitely off the table, Haussmann director Louis Bianchi said to Het Parool.
Facebook and revenge porn victim Chantal from Werkendam reached a settlement regarding which investigators Facebook will allow access to their systems. This means that the court will not have to rule on the matter on Friday, both Facebook and crime reporter Peter R. de Vries announced on Thursday.
The Ajax supporters club plans to sue the municipality of Utrecht over the ban Mayor Jan van Zanen placed on Ajax fans attending the match against FC Utrecht in the city on December 13th. They hope that a court will overturn the ban.
Facebook is taking the 21 year old woman from Werkendam involved in the revenge porn case to court because the company does not want to allow a Dutch forensic IT investigator access to there systems.
Facebook has missed the deadline imposed by the court to provide the profile information of the person who put a sex video of a 21 year old woman from Werkendam online.
Facebook has deleted the information on who posted the sex video that is currently the center of a Dutch lawsuit.