Offering an unflinching look at a hidden world most people don't know exists—one of stalking, blackmail, and sexual violence, online and off—this book explores how one lawyer, determined to fight back, turned her own hell into her life's work.
... galvanizing ... The book is full of information about current cyber privacy laws (like those targeting revenge porn) that is certain to help readers better understand their own rights in an evolving legal landscape. Engrossing and unique, this is an important addition to the canon of #MeToo-era social science tomes.
...a rallying cry for privacy justice ... Goldberg builds a convincing case that sexual privacy is a right that should be protected by federal law, much in the way that our personal, financial and medical information already is. If anyone can make that happen, it is she ... Goldberg chronicles in Nobody’s Victim her battle for justice in a tone that is both take-no-prisoners and warmly gregarious ... The cases she narrates are gut-wrenching, and her conversational approach lightens what could otherwise be an unbearably heavy load. It also makes accessible the complicated legal history leading to our current moment.
...a timely work that combines the vulnerability of personal experience and the researched, fact-based reporting of nonfiction ... Goldberg’s writing is especially compelling when she focuses on specific clients she has helped ... While her tone is more conversational than rigidly academic, Goldberg provides solid research to supplement her anecdotes. An important, harrowing look into the dark underbelly of the internet, this book sheds light on the mistreatment of victims and on the society and justice system that often fail them.