But all their enthusiasts simply migrated to Tumblr, where they've been happily violating the privacy of countless women for years.
One blog, for example, has pictures of a girl at an Apple store with charming hashtags like #hotteens and #creepindatass. Motherboard found nearly 70 Tumblr blogs focused on s**t like that. One had 11,000 followers, another offered tips on how to effectively take photos without getting noticed, and a third was offering to sell 20 GB of collected videos for whatever donation the purchaser saw fit. Their "work" is done in schools, on the streets, in malls ... oh, and many take user submissions, so the sleaziest people you know have plenty of ways to express themselves.
All of this appears to be against both Tumblr's terms of service and common morality, but the site has shown no signs of moving to ban the blogs. Come on, Tumblr, get your s**t together. You used to be famous for being full of creepy sex stuff that was consensual. What happened to you?