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19-May-2016 09:07 by 8 Comments

I m chatting nude

Second — and this is obvious — they’re immediately and personally identifiable.

But despite that, studies suggest that one in five adult cellphone-users have done it — which is a solid argument, we think, for tut-tutting less and educating more.

That means sexters have two methods to protect their photos: Make them unshareable, or make them anonymous.

Many attempts have, famously, been made at the former.

There’s no need to tell me how wrong this was, I already know. The guy is my age and so hot and he took his shirt off and one thing led to a next and we were both naked.

He assured me that he didn’t take any screenshots or anything but I’m just still worried.

But at the very least, no one will ever be able to conclusively tie them to you — and really, in this frightful sext-scandal age, that’s kind of the best you can hope for.

If all of this sounds like too much work, of course, there is another alternative.

From there, you need to anonymize the photo file itself.

All photos, even ones taken on a smartphone or tablet, are embedded with information about how, when and where the photo was taken.

While it may be fun in the moment, the aftermath may not be as much fun. So how do you deal when you totally regret what you did?

When I saw this topic being talked about in the message boards, I knew I had to bring it to everyone’s attention.

This is called EXIF data, and you want to strip it from any photos you may need to deny ownership of in the future.