The creators of SelfieStop say children are being increasingly targeted and pressured into sharing nude pictures and videos. And while some parental control apps can notify parents after a nude photo is taken, SelfieStop claims to be taking online safety to a next level. Mr Hart, 42, said children cannot delete the app from their phone themselves, if they were thinking about getting around the technology. He told Metro. He said SelfieStop also tackles the problem of sextortion, where a predator finds a child on social media and tricks them into sending nude pictures.
App instantly deletes naked selfies on children’s phones
How to Take Flawless Phone Pics of Your Naked Body
We are all a little naughty, not a lie, and we all want to know a little more than people tell us. Naked bodies are beautiful, and it is undeniable. There are a lot of naked photos and videos, pictures and images of people in swimsuits in the world now in free access. But even with the abundance of such content with age restrictions, we are still looking for something new on the Internet. And if any of our acquaintances put out a frank photo — this way, the interest grows by several times! Maybe you have a colleague whose body you would like to see?
After a spate of recently-hacked phone nudes, it's clear our advice to never shoot pictures of your own junk isn't going to catch on. So if you're going to do it, at least do it well. Here's how to make your naked shots shine. Aside from using a phone built after, say, , this is probably the most important strategy: snap your pictures where the light is good.
So you take a cheeky picture of yoursself in your new lingerie for your boyfriend, or even cheekier, naked, and send it to him, but keep it in your album afterwards and forget about it. Or your partner sends some of themselves in a naughty pose and you put it at the back of your mind and your camera roll after a night of phone sex. Although it may do wonders for your sex life, what happens when it gets into the wrong hands? I know a girl who took a picture of herself in every dress she owned so that before a night out she could remind herself of how she looked in each one to make an informed decision. Research has found that half of Brits aged between have pictures on their phone that they would not want others to see and a third put a password on their phones to stop unwanted people being able to see their albums.