"It puts the onus on revenge porn victims to alert administrators after the fact, not on users to gain consent before posting," Hess argued.
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Amanda Hess, a writer for Slate, explained that too many questions and holes remain from the study, and that it’s too hard to really assess Twitter’s effects on social lives when someone doesn’t dedicate their entire life to Twitter.
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