Time is reporting that revenge porn magnate Hunter Moore has been arrested by FBI agents. Moore is the founder of Is Anyone Up, a now-defunct site infamous for posting nude pictures uploaded without the subject's consent. The site has been accused of extortion multiple times, and Moore himself recently lost a quarter-million-dollar defamation suit over work connected with the project.

According to Time's Jessica Roy, the indictment names Moore and an accomplice named Charles Evens in, among other counts, a conspiracy to "access a protected computer without authorization to obtain information for private financial gain." The alleged unauthorized access falls under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, making it a federal crime and leading to the FBI's involvement.

Update: The indictment against Moore has been posted, alleging a two-person conspiracy in which Evens hacked users' email accounts to obtain nude photos, which were then sold to Moore and posted on Is Anyone Up. Nine separate victims are named in the indictment, as well as six individual payments from Moore to Evens. In one specific incident in December, 2011, Moore offered $250 for pictures of "six guys and six girls."

A previous version of this post implied Moore's arrest had connections to California's newly passed anti-revenge porn law. That reference has been removed, and the charges clarified.