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Is Anyone Up founder Hunter Moore, the "most hated man on the Internet," is back with a new site filled with shot after shot of involuntary porn, and this time he's taking ownership.

Is anybody out there still up? Hunter Moore, the "most hated man on the Internet," is back with a new site filled with shot after shot of involuntary porn, and this time he's taking ownership.

As first reported by BetabeatHunterMoore.tv is the new site from the mind of San Francisco smut publisher Hunter Moore, the man who made private nude photos public on his revenge-porn site IsAnyoneUp

Hinted at in August, the site launched this week with little more than a submission button and a statement of purpose.

"My name is Hunter Moore, and I created isanyoneup.com when I was 24 years old," the mission reads. "I was broke and sitting on my parents couch in Sacramento, California with -$120 in my bank account. It was for me and my friends to post pictures of girls we were fucking at the time & some how someone found it and it became what it was."


Photo via is-anyone-up.tumblr.com (NSFW)

He added that he sold the site because he "hated what the media turned it into and it could never be what I wanted it to be and always wanted to troll the lame and boring fad that soccer moms love and that's 'bullying.'" 

The site had too many hackers and "way too many" legal problems," but this time he's "doing it right."

"We are going to start off by launching with all the old original IAU content and all new content. The submission page has onlybeen up for 5 full days and we've done over 7thousand submission[s] within that time."

He says he's creating "something that will question if you will ever want to have kids," as well as something with a mobile app to go along—so get excited! And a little bit scared. 

But mostly excited. Hunter Moore hopes that you're all as excited as he is.

Photo via HunterMoore.tv

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