The Most Hated Man on the Internet is a cybercrime docu-series featuring the mission of closing an explicit site which illegally posted videos, images and personal information of men and women. The documentary follows the story of a mother who takes to the internet to fight it and protect her daughter’s dignity. The docuseries is a must-watch and adds to Netflix’s exclusive library of crime docuseries. Netflix is one of the best and biggest platforms available, to stream overwhelming and informative crime documentaries. This story, which brings goosebumps to whoever learns about the events, is a perfect and worthy addition. The mini docu-series is divided into three parts, which explain the rise and downfall of a criminal who ruined many lives by illegally posting people’s personal information and explicit images without their consent. The series explains to people, especially today’s youth, about the seriousness of posting illegal stuff and how it can destroy lives. It is a very good example of the good and bad side of the internet and also talks about the responsibility one person has to take, in case they are thinking of posting something explicit and dignity threatening, for something as trivial as revenge. The series has a lot of events covered and brings the victims and law enforcement, who were directly or indirectly connected to the case, to give a proper explanation of the events and situation via their individual interviews. The series is directed by Rob Miller and the executive producers for the series are Alex Marengo and Adam Hawkins. The series is set to release on 27th July 2022. This article will provide you with the streaming information for the docuseries and an insight into the illegal site which destroyed the lives of many.
Where To Watch The Most Hated Man On The Internet Online?
Since the docuseries was given a green light by Netflix, the series will be available to stream on the streaming giant. The series is yet to be released on any other major platforms. The series can still be found on some small platforms, based on your region. As of now, Netflix is the only platform which is streaming docuseries and is the Top 1 choice for legally streaming the documentary. Netflix has its region restrictions and if you are staying at a place where the series isn’t available, we suggest you use VPN to change your location and stream the series. The series has been rising in popularity even before its release and many articles have been released, giving details about the events featured, and the series as a whole.
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Who is Hunter Moore?
Hunter Moore is the criminal featured in the docuseries. He is the main perpetrator and the founder of the site ‘Is Anyone Up?’. The site destroyed the lives of many victims and distressed many in the name of revenge. Moore had started the website to make it a nightlife place for him and his friends. After he received some images from the women the guys were hooking up with, they posted the pictures on the site and turned the site into its name. Many photos, videos and information of people linked with their Facebook and/or Twitter accounts were shared on the site and they became the victims of cyberbullying. Moore received a lot of popularity for his notorious stunt and reportedly received $8,000 to $13,000/month as revenue for the ads. He often replied with a simple ‘LOL’ to complaints and requests from people who wanted to remove their personal information and images. He claimed that his act was protected by the law and he had the right to deny their requests. Many of the site’s victims claimed the content had been hacked from their computers or had been released by their exes. This led to the site being called ‘Revenge Porn’, and Moore faced a lot of lawsuits, allegations and FBI investigations soon. On 19th April 2012, he sold the site to an anti-bullying group and posted a letter explaining his decision. His controversy got him banned on Facebook and he was also attacked by a female victim, who stabbed his shoulder with a pen. He was arrested for two and a half years and three years of supervised release for his crimes, along with an order to delete all the content from his site.
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