A new social media filter has been launched to prevent users from receiving unsolicited naked pictures. On Friday the plugin - called Safe DM - which blocks and deletes pictures of penises sent via direct message became available to Twitter users. Developer Kelsey Bressler came up with the idea after she received an unwanted nude picture from a man. To develop the artificial intelligence, Ms Bressler put out a request in September for the public to send her pictures of penises. A test by Buzzfeed News concluded the software was highly accurate when it came to blocking and deleting pictures of penises.
Sexting with a partner can be thrilling. It can also be nerve-racking. How can you be sure they're the only one who will see a racy pic? What if they send you a nude photo, but you don't feel comfortable returning the favor? What's the appropriate way to respond if you like what you see?
Your Complete Guide to Sending and Receiving Nude Photos
My boyfriend wants me to send him naked pictures. What do I do? Well done for asking yourself this question. It shows good judgment to stop and think about the possible downsides of a situation.
By Monique Duval Jan 14, Cape Town — A Strandfontein dad is furious after his social media accounts were hacked by a blackmailer who has threatened to share his naked pictures unless he pays R3 The year-old man, who asked not to be named, says the hacker even created fake newspaper articles and threatened to publish pictures of his penis, but he refuses to be extorted. The distraught man says he sent the sexy pictures to his wife when he was separated from her for over a month, but now he is being unfairly labelled as an abuser by the hacker. The dad says last Thursday he got a fright when he got a WhatsApp message from a random number demanding airtime.