It has been a little over a year since Senate Bill 188 was passed in Oregon, and it isn't until now that a man has been convicted of the crime of publishing "revenge porn."

This bill outlaws posting sexually explicit photos of someone without their permission and with the specific intent to hurt someone, which is why it's called revenge porn.

In early December, an Oregon man named Benjamin Barber was convicted of unlawfully posting four pornographic videos of him and his ex-girlfriend to nine different websites.

Barber was told to report to the county jail by 7 p.m. on the Friday after his conviction. However, while he was out of custody he disobeyed part of his sentence, which restricted him from having photos of the victim and or using the internet for non-work purposes. Mere hours after his conviction he was posting comments and links on articles about his case, sharing the identity and even photos of the victim.

Barber never reported to the county jail and once he is arrested it has been requested that he must appear in court again for a hearing in order to place stricter limitations to his internet use.

An arrest warrant has been issued, but there is no telling when, or if, Benjamin Barber will be found.

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