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How to help when someone uses intimate photos as revenge

Then, without warning or explanation, Vora's ex posted nude images she'd shared privately with him online, along with her contact information.Strangers showed up at Vora's door and someone, perhaps a friend, anonymously emailed her with details about where the pictures were posted.

Sex, drugs and cybercrime - what are we doing about it?

She previously completed PhD research on young people’s use of legal highs in Northern Ireland, and how those teenagers engaged with online drugs forums.What do young people think of this?

What is wrong with New Zealand? Cyber harassment against women has reached epidemic levels

What is wrong with New Zealand? Cyber harassment against women has reached epidemic levels The study, Online Harassment: The New Zealand Woman's Experience, shows the devastating impact bulling has on women, through unwanted contact, trolling, character assassinations, cyberbullying, right through to sexual harassment and threats of physical violence, rape and death.More than one third of all Kiwi women will choose to ignore online harassment.

Hundreds of high school girls victims of online ‘pornography ring’

Hundreds of high school girls victims of online ‘pornography ring’ Over 70 schools in Australia have had sexual images of female students displayed on the site, news.Young men use the group to nominate a high school or area they're looking for nudes from, or full names of girls they are "hunting," according to the Australian news organisation.

Teen boys are 'abusing' girls online. But how do we talk about it?

Teen boys are 'abusing' girls online. But how do we talk about it? How do we talk to teenage boys, who will soon become young men, about the consequences of sharing these images?He said boys share such photos to prove something to their friends.

Tips this holidays to protect kids from cyberbullying

Tips this holidays to protect kids from cyberbullying The online world holds the same joys and pitfalls as a child’s offline interactions.To help parents deal with online bullying effectively, Facebook recently released a new Safety Center, which includes a Bullying Prevention Hub and Parent’s Portal.

Online bullying worse than the playground

Online bullying worse than the playground A new report from Norton by Symantec has revealed parents worry their children are more likely to be bullied online than on a playground.The report reveals that while 71% of parents in New Zealand allowed their children to access the internet before age 11, many had a wide range of concerns.

Twitter versus trolls: Are they doing enough?

Twitter versus trolls: Are they doing enough? As a result, Twitter seems to have entered into an arms race with the trolls.On Tuesday, they launched their latest salvo consisting of three new lines of defense: stopping the creation of new abusive accounts, bringing forward safer search results, and collapsing potentially abusive or low-quality Tweets.

Unsupervised: Are Kiwi high schoolers safe online?

Unsupervised: Are Kiwi high schoolers safe online? The University of Auckland has revealed more than half of New Zealand high school students are never supervised online outside of school, and only two in 10 primary schoolers are “usually” supervised.“We don’t give our kids the keys to the car and say teach yourself how to drive,” says Cocker.