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WHEN they posed for their partners, they thought no one else would see the pics. Amy Cornes, pictured with her father and football great Graham, is among the victims. Source:News Corp Australia. But now, through no fault of their own, those private images are on display — and the callous people responsible for posting these pictures think they are fair game.
Nude and revealing photographs of more than women and teenagers across Australia — some of whom are allegedly under the age of consent — have appeared on a US website, The Adelaide Advertiser reported. The newspaper chose not to name the site but explained it was contacted by women claiming their photographs were not only being shown without their permission but were also being offered up for downloading.
Around women from Adelaide are believed to be contained on the site, while the rest are from almost every major city in Australia. The original site linking to the database has been shut down but at least three others have sprung up and remain promoting it — and it now includes faked porn photos.
The Advertise r reported the database operators were now using pictures that had been digitally manipulated to simulate pornographic situations.
Amy Cornes21, the daughter of football legend Graham Cornes, is among the victims. Another woman Taylor Mack said she became aware she was on the site after being altered by on Facebook. When asked if she also thought part of the problem with the site was the fact that young men were visiting the site, Ms Mack agreed.
Despite being contacted by some of the women for their photos to be taken down, the moderator of the site has reportedly refused saying because it was based in the US, it was exempt from Australian law. Independent Senator for South Australia, Nick Xenophon, has called for an urgent revamp of state and federal laws to address what he says is the spiralling cases of cyber-bullying and revenge porn.
Mr Xenophon told news. This bill calls for heavier penalties to be put in place for those providing the images and for a fast-track mechanism to shut down any sites — including those hosted overseas — by the Australian Communication and Media Authority ACMAto be set up.
Police have briefed ACMA and have asked them to investigate blocking the site from being viewed in Australia. It is understood some of the victims were alerted to the site via Facebook and other social media.
However, police have told victims that despite the site being run from outside Australia, anyone from this country who supplied images to the site could be charged. Since news of the site first broke there had been dozens of women come forward to say their images were being misused. In the know quiz Premium membership Best of shopping Log in up.
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