Australian porn ring targeting school girls back online after 10 days

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Visitors use their mobile phones to take pictures of a pornographic show on the first day of the Eropolis erotic fair in Nice February 9, 2013. Reuters/Eric Gaillard

The porn photo-sharing foreign website, featuring naked Australian school girls, is back online 10 days after it was shuttered by authorities.  Australia’s Office of Children’s eSafety Commissioner confirmed the closure of the site after it asked the portal’s website to remove the photo of an underage girl.

However, forensic experts then warned it could resurface using a different name after one week came to pass. The Daily Telegraph confirms that website is back with hundreds of names of school girls from 70 Australian schools.

Now, the list goes beyond female students from Leumeah High School, Barker College, Mullumbimby High School, Wenona, Turramurra High School, Asquith Girls High, Blaxland High School, Wyong High School, Holsworthy High School, John Therry Catholic High School and other New South Wales schools. It has expanded to include the names of the sisters of the students and all of their friendship circles.

Since December 2015, the site had accumulated over 2,000 images posted or trade by male Australian members of the site. Unfortunately for some of the girls who requested their images to be removed, they were even mocked by the website’s user.

A user reminded the girls, “Darling, don't be a slut and you won't end up here.” Another one user told a girl who protested. “Once a photo is on snapchat or the Internet, it belongs to the Internet,” reports Sydney Morning Herald.

Some of the postings were made by former boyfriends as revenge form on the girls. One 20-year-old recalled sending a nude selfie to a boyfriend who was in Year 12. She said she feels violated every time someone looks at her nude photos.

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Source: Qantara Consulting