Stolen naked pics on internet

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That's the reaction of just one brave woman who says she has had intimate photographs plastered over a horrifying online forum. A website that was posting photos of women from across Hertfordshire recently popped up online, with their names and addresses published alongside sometimes-naked photos. Many of the photographs had previously been sent privately to others in good faith - and the women we spoke to were all horrified that they've now been spread across the Internet against their will. One of the most shocking instances came when one woman, who is now in her late 20s, claimed she had an image of her at 15 years old posted on the site. Taking, making and sharing indecent images of someone who is under the age of 18 is against the law.

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Skip navigation! Story from Tech. Madeline Buxton. 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.

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On several occasions over the past few weeks hackers have posted onto the Internet stolen nude photos of various celebrities. But, is the sharing of these photos really a sex crime, or even a crime at all? Can people who share the images really be prosecuted? And what about the threats of lawsuits — how serious are they? Depending on how he or she originally obtained the photos — whether by hacking iCloud, brute force account password cracks, phishing passwords from victims, or some other method — the original hacker who obtained the photos from the celebrities without permission likely ran afoul of criminal law; most Western nations consider using a computer to pilfer files in any of the aforementioned fashions to be a crime.
I have been telling people for years both professionally and personally that anything you put into digital format can be easily stolen from you. Music, pictures, your masters thesis… anything! While information security has come a long way in the last 20 years, one key fact remains the same: the weakest link in the chain is the human. Share this posting please. I am reaching out to you because I have no where else to turn.