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A teenage boy in North Carolina has been prosecuted for having nude pictures of himself on his own mobile phone. The young man, who is now 17 but was 16 at the time the photos were discovered, had to strike a plea deal to avoid potentially going to jail and being registered as a sex offender. Experts condemned the case as ludicrous.
After the celebrity photo scandalpeople started wondering if iCloud was a safe place to store your sexy photos. It's important to maintain the discretion of your photo collection, but it's not difficult to make sure you are keeping those photos safe. This step will shut down all communication to and from the device, making it virtually unhackable and preventing photos from being uploaded to iCloud through My Photo Stream or iCloud Photo Library. Turning on Airplane Mode stops the photo from being uploaded to the internet before it is uploaded instead of you deleting after it is uploaded.
Telegram Me. If you have any NSFW images on your mobile device, this app promises to automate the process of finding them and hiding them from prying eyes. According to the description, the app will analyze your camera roll to detect sensitive material.
After you heard about those photos of Jennifer Lawrencedid your mind cast back to your photo folder? If you have or have ever taken nude photos of yourself, there are a few things you need to know about how protected you are. Maybe even unintentionally.
Every lady has the right to get her naked selfie on, but here's the thing: Those sexy pics of you don't always stay between you and the lucky person you're sending them to. And when those photos get loose, they're pretty much impossible to take back. What's worse, those leaked images can seriously screw with your future.
Users dress down Apple for training its machine learning algorithms on their intimate photos. The phone doesn't sort the photos until you ask it to. Some iPhone users are feeling exposed by a feature in their phones' Photos app. When they type in the word "brassiere" in the photo search function, iPhone users find pictures their phone thinks include bras.