And now, more news about this divorce is coming to light from both camps.
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Score one for Jennifer Lawrence!
In the uphill battle that is finding and prosecuting the disgusting humans who hacked countless celebrities personal photos, J.Law has scored a minor win!
The website that was hosting the majority of the nude images of the Hunger Games actress, has been taken down by Google TWICE.
Jen's lawyers filed a takedown request, citing the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, aka the DMCA, saying that the hacked pictures infringe upon her copyright of the images.
After being approved, Google took down the website only to have the people in charge of the site change it's domain because that's the revolting thing to so.
This resulted in the website being re-indexed in Google's search and forcing the lawyers to file ANOTHER DCMA to get that one taken down as well.
YIKES. Thankfully, the second appeal was granted and Google took it down once again.
Reportedly, however, the people behind the website claim that all J.Law's lawyers have to do is ask and they'll take the stolen photos down?
Which sounds like some major bullshiz to us? Since they've probably already asked nicely or they wouldn't have taken legal action?
Let's just focus on this small win in the battle that wages on against the deplorable people who hack the celebrities.