Yellow is gaining popularity in a number of Irish schools and has been met with increasing criticism by parents. Dublin teens are exchanging nude photos on a new app dubbed "Tinder for teenagers", it has emerged. A Junior Certificate student revealed the app is being used by teens to flirt with people around the country — and further afield.
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The age of 13, largely flouted by social media apps as the common introductory age, is a lie. As a result, and due to them not wanting their mums and dads to know what they are doing on social media, children have virtually ceased using Facebook. This has fuelled a tsunami of sexting amongst Irish children.
Facebook is attempting to have the claim against it dismissed, arguing that it always took the naked picture of the girl down once notified. Lawyers for the child allege the image was obtained through blackmail and published online as a form of revenge. She is suing the social media giant and the man suspected of posting her photograph in what is believed to be the first case of its kind in the world. Facebook is attempting to have the claim against it dismissed, arguing that it always took the picture down once notified.
A NEW dating app dubbed "Tinder for teenagers" has been used by children to send naked snaps to each other, leading to outrage among parents. So what is Yellow, and should you be worried about your kids using it? Here's what you need to know
Last week in Belfast, Facebook came to an out-of-court settlement with a year-old girl who took a case against the social media giant over the appearance of her naked image on a so-called "shame" page. It was a landmark case, in which she had sought damages for misuse of private information, negligence and breach of the Data Protection Act. In court, the girl's legal team likened the experience to child abuse.
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One photo album is shockingly named 'Irish, sexy and not even 13 yet'. Hundreds of photos of children - mostly girls - doing normal everyday activities are being viewed by predators online. And several images of kids have been taken from either their parents or children's social media accounts, the founder of Childwatch.
An image seen by the Irish Mirror shows the secondary school teacher standing in front of a mirror appearing to take a "naked selfie". The pictures of the well paid teacher from the school in the east of Ireland were seen over the summer by several of the school's pupils - and their parents. A source said the principal of the school was made aware of the photos.
Megan Hinton, 14, from Hampshire, had been relentlessly pressured into sending the picture during a series of messages from someone she thought was a boy in the year above. A teenager was humiliated she was tricked into sharing a naked Snapchat photograph which was sent to her entire school. Megan Hinton was just years-old when the bully shared the nude picture on social media. She then had to endure years of fellow pupils 'making sick noises' when they passed her in the corridor.