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Snapchat has attracted users and funders with its offer of photo flashing: the opportunity to send a photo to someone but have it "self-destruct" within 1 to 10 seconds. The promise of consequence-free sexting is attractive enough that the app is currently the fourth most popular in the iTunes store. Teens are reportedly flocking in droves to Snapchat. According to my colleague J. Its founders, it should be noted, claim that risque photos are not fueling the app's growth.
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Some people say the only way to stop online harassment is to stop going online. Well, we aren't going anywhere. Reclaim Your Domain is Refinery29's campaign to make the internet and the world outside of it a safer space for everyone — especially women. Celebrity hackings that result in the sharing of nude or intimate photos online are becoming a disturbing norm. While a breach of a celebrity's privacy is newsworthy, the stars are far from alone. According to the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative , revenge porn, or, more accurately, nonconsensual pornography, can be defined as the "the distribution of sexually graphic images of individuals without their consent.
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Post your own photos and videos. Keep your clothes on. Inspirational quotes, memes, TV screengrabs, and concert photos could all be considered against the rules if someone reports you for sharing them. Below are the most controversial main points clarified in the new terminology:. Instagram also still prohibits hate speech, threats, blackmail, child porn, glorification or encouragement of self-harm.
By Georgia Simcox For Mailonline. A woman has told how she was left mortified after she realised she accidentally sent a nude photograph to three plasterers who she was trying to book in to work on her house. Roseanne Dodge, 52, from Buckinghamshire, explained how she turned to Facebook recommendations for help and sent three tradesmen several photos of the work required in the hope one of them would get back to her. Speaking exclusively to FEMAIL, she told how she had rolled out of bed in the nude and taken some snaps of the work that needed doing on the kitchen ceiling - forgetting all about the mirror on the wall. So Roseanne was left baffled when she received a response from one of the plasterers who refused to come out due to the 'unprofessional' nature of the snaps.