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Your web browser is no longer supported. To improve your experience update it here. News National. Nude photos of hundreds of Queensland women posted online. By Chloe Ross. Tweet Facebook Mail.
Pornographic photos of more than Queensland women have surfaced online, but Queensland police say they are powerless to act without an official complaint. The latest drop comes just days after hundreds of images of South Australian women, including some allegedly underage, sparked outrage online and saw a prominent social commentator booted off Facebook over her views, the Brisbane Times reports. A link to the cache was shared under the banner "Brisbane girls" on a forum Friday, linking through to a New Zealand-based storage cloud containing several folders to browse and download.
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Send an to newstips ninemsn. Contributors name the women whose explicit shots are supposedly available and in many cases even list their suburbs of residence. Forum users praised the er, one going so far as to label them an "icon", while another said he planned to set up a website dedicated to "nudes likes this".
A link to the photos has since been taken down or removed. Queensland police have denied any involvement in this. Queensland Fraud and Cyber Crime Group Detective Superintendent Brian Hay told the newspaper those responsible faced charges of using a carriage service to menace or harass or more serious offences if they shared photos of those under the age of Until someone lodged an official complaint, the squad could not actively investigate the release of the images, he said. However, police would speak with South Australian, Nude pictures websites Australian and New Zealand authorities to offer their cooperation.
Superintendent Hay said the drop was a "very, very timely" reminder of how easily personal images can fall into the wrong hands. Last week, high schools attended by Adelaide women embroiled in a similar photo-sharing scandal claimed South Australian Police had not contacted them over the illegal distribution of nude pictures shared on a US-based website. A cache of files containing pornographic images of around naked women and girls from Adelaide surfaced on a bulletin-board website being used by an informal network of perverts on Wednesday before spreading to several other sites.
The South Australian Police investigation into the "Adelaide Girls" photo sharing concentrated on blocking the sites, which experts told ninemsn is little more than a band-aid solution. Police also downplayed the fact many of the victims were living in Adelaide. Commentator and anti-victim blaming advocate Clementine Ford posted a message of protest on her bare chest which she photographed and shared alongside a short message on Facebook. Her post was shared 45, times and liked bypeople. She was subsequently banned from accessing her for 30 days by Facebook because her publishing these messages violated their community standards.
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