You're right. I misreadTFA.
"The Cyber Civil Rights Initiative, a group dedicated to combating online abuse and harassment, said the MPAA's position is a "callous disregard for the victims of this gratuitous and unjustifiable form of voyeurism."
"Adding an “intent to harass” requirement would mean that the people who distributed the private, intimate photos of celebrities, including Hollywood star Jennifer Lawrence, would be free to do so with impunity because they were merely providing “entertainment.” It would mean that revenge porn site operators would be free to destroy the lives, careers, reputations, and personal relationships of thousands of people, mostly women, because they are not motived by a desire to harass but by a desire to make money. It would mean that rapists who distribute the recordings they made of their sexual assaults on social media in order to brag about their exploits would be free to continue to do so."
They're the ones wanting it left vague. And I need more coffee.