Unders who want nude pictures or videos of themselves removed from the internet can now report the images through an online tool. The service - from the Internet Watch Foundation and Childline - aims to help children who have been groomed, or whose partners have posted photos of them online. The IWF will examine the images and try and remove them if they break the law. It says the tool is a "world first" and could help many worried children. The IWF works to remove child abuse material from the internet.
'There is such joy in taking naked photos': why girls take and send naked photos
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Disclaimer: Taking, sending, and insecurely storing nude photographs in your phone puts you at risk for hacking, cyberbullying, blackmail, revenge porn, and general unwanted exposure of these photos online. We do not condone the taking of nude photographs for anyone under the age of Modesty was drilled into my head by my mother from an early age. Growing up, the first part had been easy for me.
New tool for under-18s to report nude photos of themselves online
Young Australians are peppered with advice and threats over the dangers of sending explicit images of themselves. But experts say both the law and the curriculum is lagging behind experience, and too often girls take the blame and face the shame. When Erin was 17, she went along to a seminar with her year 11 class where she was told not to photograph herself naked — and definitely not to send such a picture to someone else. An older woman who had experienced first-hand how badly it could go wrong warned that repercussions could come at once, if the image was shared without her consent, or in the future, if it came to the attention of potential employers.
Here, 50 women speak candidly about their first sexting experience, how nudes make them feel, and the unspoken rules. Nudes are not an invention of the digital era — any art museum is proof of that. Neither is dirty talk — just read James Joyce's wildly, er, imaginative letters to his crush. But the Internet sure has encouraged us to take the art of sexting to places our parents could have never imagined.