For the last several years, lawmakers around the country have begun enacting laws to address "revenge porn." Previously, most states lacked laws that criminalized "revenge porn" specifically, which allowed perpetrators to avoid prosecution. In some states, these new laws also provide victims with civil remedies against their harassers. In 2014, Pennsylvania joined this growing trend and passed Act 115 of 2014, which provided "revenge porn" victims with criminal and civil remedies. The law makes it illegal to disseminate intimate images of former sexual or intimate partners with the intent to harass the victim. The new act also gives the victims the right to sue the disseminator in civil court. The text of Act 115 is available here.