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Nude and revealing photos of more than women from "Brisbane and surrounding areas" have been shared online but Queensland police can't act without a complaint. The mass comes after the sharing of hundreds of images of South Australian women, including some allegedly under age, sparked outrage last week. Credit: Gabriele Charotte. The latest batch of nudes was shared on a forum under the banner "Brisbane girls" on Friday, linking through to a New Zealand-based online storage service with hundreds of pictures available to browse and download.
Each folder of women from "Brisbane and surrounding areas" named the woman whose nude pictures were supposedly available and in many cases even listed the area she lived in. The images ranged from risque to completely naked shots, with some only showing the woman's body and others clearly identifying her face. Forum users reacted with glee to the release of the images, with one even going so far as to label the er an "icon".
Another user said he was planning to set up a website dedicated to "nudes likes this". A link to the photos was still working early Monday morning but had either been taken down or removed from public access later in the day. On Wednesday the Adelaide Advertiser reported nude, risque and revealing photos of more than girls were being shared online.
South Australia Police said the original website had been shut down but the images were still available on other websites and message boards. A spokesman said SA police believed the images may have been "collated over a period of years" but Queensland police weren't able to comment on their origin. Fairfax Media has ly reported on men around Queensland posting and swapping naked, near-naked or sexually suggestive pictures of women online. Queensland Fraud and Cyber Crime Group Detective Superintendent Brian Hay said those sharing the photos could be charged with using a carriage service to menace or harass or more serious offences if they shared photos of those under He said Queensland police couldn't actively investigate until someone made a complaint but would speak with South Australian, Western Australian and New Zealand authorities to offer cooperation.
Superintendent Hay said he didn't know who had "taken down" the site but the release of the images was a "very very timely" reminder for people to understand the danger of taking or sharing naked photos of themselves. Centre for Internet Safety director Nigel Phair said people needed to "think twice" before they took any potentially compromising photos. Anyone who thinks their naked photos may have been posted online without their permission should contact police via the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network.
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