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Facebook is attempting to have the claim against it dismissed, arguing that it always took the naked picture of the girl down once notified. Lawyers for the child allege the image was obtained through blackmail and published online as a form of revenge. She is suing the social media giant and the man suspected of posting her photograph in what is believed to be the first case of its kind in the world. Facebook is attempting to have the claim against it dismissed, arguing that it always took the picture down once notified. The girl, who cannot be identified, is seeking damages for misuse of private information, negligence and breach of the Data Protection Act. Her photograph was said to have been posted on a so-called shame page several times between November and January
Gym designers have rid locker rooms of the gnarly shower curtains, trading them in for sexy glass escape pods. They have made bathroom stalls ever more private. Comfy couch corners, Wi-Fi and lockers with built-in locks have gone from swank options to standard issue. But gyms are still unable to provide the one thing younger men in particular seem to really want: a way for them to shower and change without actually being nude. Each day, thousands upon thousands of men in locker rooms nationwide struggle to put on their underwear while still covered chastely in shower towels, like horrible breathless arthropods molting into something tender-skinned.
A former nurse who posed as a man online to con women into sending her naked pictures, has been jailed for repeating the same offence, just months after being released. Rennie, of Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, admitted posing as men named Dan, Daniel, Max and Jack during an day period in which she duped victims into sending her personal information and pictures by social media apps such as Tinder and Instagram. She also tricked one of the women, a single mother, into sending a video after she posed as a lawyer. All the offences were carried out in January, only three months after she was freed from jail after serving ten months of a month sentence for an identical scam.