Then she sent the full-length frontal photo to Isaiah, her new boyfriend. They broke up soon after. In less than 24 hours, the effect was as if Margarite, 14, had sauntered naked down the hallways of the four middle schools in this racially and economically diverse suburb of the state capital, Olympia. Hundreds, possibly thousands, of students had received her photo and forwarded it. In short order, students would be handcuffed and humiliated, parents mortified and lessons learned at a harsh cost.
If you fire up a new feature on Snapchat you can see exactly what your neighbors are up to, and some of it is quite shocking. What has privacy experts concerned is the fact that those photos appear on a map from the exact location where they were taken. While trying out the feature we found some pretty disturbing images posted from people's homes. One shot of what looks like pounds of illegal marijuana was clearly uploaded from a home in Monroe. When the spot is clicked the video appears showing the owner's illegal inventory of pot. Another series of videos shows girls near Newburgh in tight shirts grabbing each others' breasts.
About a. Mike Rimkunas said. Officers found a year-old woman, an 8-year-old girl, and the 2-month-old down in the parking lot with a white powdery substance around and on their bodies, Rimkunas said. They were all taken to a local hospital, where the youngest girl was pronounced dead, Rimkunas said. The cause of death is unknown. The older girl was in critical condition and the woman is in stable condition, authorities said.
A high school student in Moncton is researching why sexting and sending nude photographs and videos have become the norm among teens. Osowski said after her own experience with being harassed online, she decided it was time to address the issue head-on. Last September, she started a research project on gender toxicity in the media, which included exploring why boys feel the pressure to ask young women to take photos of themselves naked and send it to them. She said her research shows that teenage girls feel compelled to comply because their behaviour is being driven by media messages that she says are toxic for young women. She has presented her suggestions, which include in-class discussions about nude photos, media exploitation of women and unhealthy male gender representations online, to the Anglophone East School District.