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"Revenge porn" website

A California man accused of running a so-called "revenge porn" website pleads not guilty.
    Kevin Bollaert is facing felony charges of identity theft, extortion and conspiracy.

Authorities say his site called "UGotPosted.com" allowed people to show explicit photos of women without consent.
    These images were usually obtained by men who wanted to embarrass their ex-girlfriends.

The Attorney General's Office says Bollaert and his co-conspirators collected more than ten-thousand photos between December 2012 and September of last year.
    Bollaert is out on bail.

A preliminary hearing is set for March 17th.