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An Auckland woman whose name and photo were posted on a site where people trade nude pictures says she is hugely concerned and doesn't know how to get the picture taken down. One woman did not know her photo had been posted until contacted by RNZ. Photo: RF. A Russian website which lets anonymous people post and trade nz nudes photos and material anonymously has set up a New Zealand and is using images without people knowing or giving permission.
One woman had her Facebook profile picture, which shows her in a swimsuit, posted on the website alongside a request for nude photos. When we contacted the woman, who RNZ has chosen not to name, she said she did not know her photo had been posted, and would like the site taken down.
These people are animals. Another Auckland woman told RNZ she found a nude photo of a friend on the site. The woman's permission had not been given for the photo to be published.
On another image, of a topless woman, which showed her face, a person left a comment on the site saying "I know her - do you have any more photos? Privacy lawyer Kathyrn Dalziel said despite the tag of anonymity people should realise they could be tracked.
NetSafe chief executive Martin Cocker said the website differed from message boards where nude photos are sometimes posted. Police were unable to say whether they had had complaints about the website but said anyone unhappy about a post should contact them.
Internal Affairs is not investigating the site as it says the material is not considered objectionable under the Films, Videos and Publications Classification Act. More than 70 percent of young New Zealand women have been harrassed online, with around 25 percent receiving death threats, a study of women has revealed. NetSafe has received several complaints about a scam involving people taking photos of hands and feet, with Trade Me identifying one suspicious listing. Tinder users are being warned by police to be cautious after a Wellington man was scammed and threatened by a woman he met on the app.
Three out of four New Zealand men under 30 and more than half of all men have been victim to online harassment, a survey has shown. New Zealand RSS. Follow RNZ News.
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