Imagine having to tell every prospective employer or romantic partner that there are doctored nude photos of yourself on the Internet, posted there by some creep with access to Adobe Photoshop. “Nine times out of 10, they pull up a computer and look at the photos while I am sitting there,” New Jersey native Katie Krausz, 27, says of her eight years of fake-porn hell. “It’s an embarrassing thing to happen,” Krausz, who works in the health-care field, told NorthJersey.com from her Paramus home. “But it’s something that I’ve tried taking in stride and using it to make sure something gets done about it.” (READ MORE) 

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