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The Most Hated Man on the Internet web series review: You'll root all the way for Charlotte Laws against the creepy, entitled Hunter Moore

New Netflix series The Most Hated Man on the Internet is the latest rage in OTT news, with everyone and their grandma lapping up the hot favourite docuseries, binge-watching all 3 episodes like nobody’s business, and then meeting up online for elaborate discussions, conspiracy theories and conjecture of where is Hunter Moore, the eponymous The Most Hated Man on the Internet, and what he’s up to these days after his notorious Is Anyone Up site got shut down, largely due to the efforts of Charlotte Laws, on whose crusade the Netflix web series is largely focused. Check out my The Most Hated Man on the Internet review below:

Five reason you can’t miss The Most Hated Man on the Internet

a.) The Most Hated Man on the Internet has already made it to the list of best true crime Netflix documentary web series and is made by the creators of two of the best ever documentaries on the OTT platform, The Tinder Swindler and Don’t F**K with Cats Hunting an Internet Killer, with the first being a film, and the second, another 3-part web series. The pedigree is proof enough and they’ve not disappointed. b.) This latest 3-part expose from the team focuses on Hunter Moore’s Is Anyone Up website and how a mother fought tooth and nail for her daughter to take down the so-called “revenge porn king”. The emotional bond between Charlotte Laws and Kayla will resonate even with viewers who aren’t accustomed to documentary viewing, especially the lengths a mother would go to to protect her baby. c.) Charlotte didn’t stop at getting her daughter’s pics removed as she spoke to more than forty victims of Hunter Moore, compiled evidence and convinced the FBI to shut down his IsAnyoneUp website along with the the help of anti-bullying advocate and former Marine James McGibney. Thus, the show works effectively as both a mother’s crusade and pacy, thrilling police procedural, offering something for everyone. d.) At just 3 episodes, the show never overstays its welcome yet informs you all you need to know about the topic two codes all great documentaries unfailingly crack. And as mentioned above, the pace it maintains and the feels it carries almost of an edge-of-the-seat thriller makes it totally binge-worthy even for viewers who don’t regularly consume documentaries. e.) Almost every character, big or small, positive or negative, leaves an indelible mark; their fact-based structure making the good ones all the more empathetic and the big bad, all the more loathsome.

Hunter Moore latest update

Hunter Moore didn’t seem to get the memo though after the FBI crackdown and bragged that he’ll be back with, a more disturbing version of IsAnyoneUp, and this time, addresses and maps to people’s homes would also be posted. In 2014, he was arrested by the FBI on charges of conspiracy, unauthorized access to a protected computer and aggravated identity theft, and later sentenced to 2 and a half years in jail, plus a $2,000 fine.




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