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A survey conducted by Playboy last year determined 1 in 4 adults have taken a nude photo of themselves for a boyfriend or girlfriend. It should come as no surprise that a survey conducted by McAfee this month shows that's a really bad idea. The data shows one in ten ex's threaten to post these pictures online, and 60% of those who make the threat follow through. And once that happens the ramifications start... (Audio Below)
Findlay Police Officer Brian Dill says they've had to deal with a few cases of so-called "revenge porn." He says the best bet is to not take the pictures at all know matter how secure you are in your relationship.
That's a message Dill says he's really trying to drive home to teens... (Audio Below)
Of course, that's where the teens are wrong. Legally a teenager who takes a naked picture of themselves can be charged with producing child pornography. Dill says there's also the social ramifications to consider... (Audio Below)
Dill says he tries to let teenagers know that life goes on following an incident of this nature, but that it can be a difficult road to travel.
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