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The court heard that the man met a year-old girl on an online chat app called BeeTalk in September and subsequently had sex with her twice within the week. He also admitted to posting nude photographs of two former girlfriends, aged 23 and 25, on social network site Tumblr between and He pleaded guilty to one charge of statutory rape and two charges of transmitting obscene material. Two other charges - for statutory rape and sexual exploitation of a child - were taken into consideration.
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Tinder, Facebook images of children putting them at risk, authorities warn
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Going on vacation to Dominican Republic with a teenager who is not used to see topless women on the beach. Does someone else faces the same inconvinience or experienced the same situation before. How we, parents, should react? This has been less a concern of ours in the recent past than it was a few years back. My kids are 19 and 16, and have sort of gotten used to it
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A file containing at least , Snapchat photos has been collected by hackers who were preparing to publish them online, according to a report on the Business Insider blog. Snapchat lets users send photos and videos that disappear in seconds. Snapchat, one of a crop of new apps that compete with Twitter Inc and Facebook Inc, is popular among teenagers.
Parents might think there is no harm in posting an image of their child on Tinder or Facebook, but authorities warn those same images could end up in the galleries of paedophiles. The rise of social media and dating applications has seen images of children uploaded to the World Wide Web in ever increasing numbers, usually by their parents, and usually without permission nor understanding from the child. Office of the Children's eSafety Commissioner OCEC senior education adviser Kellie Britnell said it was not uncommon for child pictures posted online, fully clothed or otherwise, to end up in the online hands of paedophiles. She said location technology connected to smartphones, photos and apps also risked handing over key information to predators about a child's school, their outside engagements, and even their homes. Ms Britnell said parents usually posted pictures with the best of intentions but "the audience is wide and you don't know who they are".