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This seemingly tech-savvy way to preserve physical evidence had devastating consequences for Oei.

The incident led to angry accusations from a parent, an investigation by police, and Oei's being charged with "failure to report child abuse" and felony possession of child pornography.

It features 24 hours of battery life and claims to be a 'mini-disco on the move'.

Whats App cofounder Jan Koum has said he's deeply committed to user privacy because he grew up in the Soviet Union during the 1980s, when his mother and other adults routinely assumed that authorities eavesdropped on their phone calls.'After you compose a message in One One and press send, the message is encrypted before leaving your device using 2048-bit RSA and 256-bit AES cryptographic algorithms, and sent over HTTPS to our secure server,' the company wrote on its website.

When students send nude pictures of their friends to each other, it opens up many troubling questions.

Is this merely kids having fun but misinterpreting boundaries? If friendships end and feelings get hurt, can this behavior be considered cyberbullying? Any administrator at the secondary level with a pulse on the life of his or her campus will recognize the important role played by technology in the lives of students.

Technology is a part of student life in ways hard to understand for those had sent them nude pictures or videos of themselves. If you allow cell phones on campus, you will have students in possession of cell phones with sexually oriented messages, pictures, videos and applications.

are also alleged to read text messages via their apps, while apps from smaller companies allow them to extract private details about users’ lives.

While investigating a tip that a student had a picture of another, partially nude, female student on his cell phone, Ting-Yei Oei, assistant principal at Freedom High School in Loudoun County, Va., asked the student to e-mail the picture to his own cell phone.They can even remotely take images from users’ handset cameras and even dial their phone and intercept calls without them knowing.Emma Draper, of the Privacy International campaign group, said: ‘Your personal information is a precious commodity, and companies will go to great lengths to get their hands on as much of it as possible.’The Facebook app has been downloaded to Google’s Android smartphones more than 100million times, yet few of its users are thought to know that they have agreed to give Facebook the right ‘to read SMS messages stored on your device or SIM card’.They can scroll through a list of their friends (right) to initiate an anonymous conversation, but both users need to use the app to join in Sony SRS-XB40 has a built-in multi-coloured line light, speaker lights and a flashing strobe.most media coverage fixates on negative aspects of adolescent usage.

While investigating a tip that a student had a picture of another, partially nude, female student on his cell phone, Ting-Yei Oei, assistant principal at Freedom High School in Loudoun County, Va., asked the student to e-mail the picture to his own cell phone.They can even remotely take images from users’ handset cameras and even dial their phone and intercept calls without them knowing.Emma Draper, of the Privacy International campaign group, said: ‘Your personal information is a precious commodity, and companies will go to great lengths to get their hands on as much of it as possible.’The Facebook app has been downloaded to Google’s Android smartphones more than 100million times, yet few of its users are thought to know that they have agreed to give Facebook the right ‘to read SMS messages stored on your device or SIM card’.They can scroll through a list of their friends (right) to initiate an anonymous conversation, but both users need to use the app to join in Sony SRS-XB40 has a built-in multi-coloured line light, speaker lights and a flashing strobe.most media coverage fixates on negative aspects of adolescent usage.He said: ‘The revenue you get from selling your apps doesn’t touch the revenue you get from giving your apps away for free and just loading them with advertisements.’Chris Brauer, of the centre for Creative and Social Technology at Goldsmiths, University of London, said: ‘Most adults have smartphones now.