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Police are investigating a Facebook which published explicit photos of young Perth girls, some of whom were identified by name.
The Facebook had nearly likes before it was taken down in the early hours of Wednesday morning. The published pictures of young women, identifying them by name. Photos of naked girls, some in compromising positions, were accessible for over 24 hours before the social networking site removed the .
Cyber bullying expert Susan McLean said the mere existence of these s didn't allow much scope for police to take action. Then they should be going to the police," she said. That's a big ask because I'm guaranteeing Mum and Dad don't know these photos are in existence, so it's very difficult for young women to say 'I sent some naked photos to my boyfriend, and now they're on this .
Ms McLean said there was a responsibility for parents to not simply talk to their children about the dangers of putting things out into cyberspace, but also to instill a sense of respect in order to prevent them taking the photos in the first place, despite a growing trend of "selfies" amongst young people. It's an abhorrent behavior targeting vulnerable young women and it has to stop," she said. She said with the evolution of technology the problem was set to get worse, before it got better. Apps like Snapchat led young people to believe they could send images and have them disappear forever within a few seconds.
In reality, all images sent through the application can be traced and retrieved, and there are ways to circumvent a feature that notifies the sender if a screenshot has been taken of the photo.
Police are working with Facebook to identify those responsible for posting the images on the Facebookand are urging people under 18 to report any sexually explicit images of themselves they see online. If convictions result from thethe perpetrator will be placed on the Sex Offenders Register, regardless of their age, with ramifications that could be lifelong.
The maximum penalty under state law for an adult or juvenile who distributes child exploitation material is 10 years imprisonment. Police reminded the public that "pressing send is definite and final — you can't get it back or take it down. Facebook targets Perth girls. Please try again later. The Sydney Morning Herald. By Katrin Long March 20, — 5. Save Log inregister or subscribe to save articles for later. Normal text size Larger text size Very large text size.
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