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Hundreds of Western Australian women and girls - some as young as 14 - have been caught up in a nude photo scandal. The victims originally sent the images privately to a source they trusted but who then shared the images online, reported Seven News. The latest photo scandal comes after authorities shut down a site in February that contained explicit images of young female students from across Australia. Scroll down for video. Hundreds of photos of woman and teenagers have been leaked online in a nude photo scandal the images above are not related to the recent leak. The new leak sees its content expire every two days but allows users to download the images. This time, content shared online expires every two days and users can download and store the images which can then be shared at a later date. Experts say shutting down this new leak is almost impossible because it is difficult to identify the culprits.
RCMP say the children, between the ages of eight and 12, shared nude pictures or videos on unspecified free websites in recent months. The Mounties say such image-sharing is becoming more common, and are encouraging parents to be vigilant about what children are doing online. They say parents and guardians should know what sites children are visiting, regularly monitor their devices, and talk to them about appropriate online behaviour. Chantal Farrah said in a statement Wednesday. Postmedia is committed to maintaining a lively but civil forum for discussion and encourage all readers to share their views on our articles. Comments may take up to an hour for moderation before appearing on the site. We ask you to keep your comments relevant and respectful. We have enabled email notifications—you will now receive an email if you receive a reply to your comment, there is an update to a comment thread you follow or if a user you follow comments. Visit our community guidelines for more information and details on how to adjust your email settings.
RCMP say the children, between the ages of eight and 12, shared nude pictures or videos on unspecified free websites in recent months. Chantal Farrah. All the children have been confirmed to be safe, she said, and police have spoken to their families. The Mounties say such image-sharing is becoming more common, and are encouraging parents to be vigilant about what children are doing online. Farrah said in an interview children need to understand that they shouldn't do anything online that they wouldn't do at the mall. The RCMP say parents and guardians should know what sites children are visiting, regularly monitor their devices, and talk to them about appropriate online behaviour. They say they should also consider making a "family contract" that makes online rules clear. Advice is available for parents at cybertip.