His former girlfriend had refused to resume their relationship. Hurt and angry, he sent her naked photo to her and a few friends under an assumed persona. For legal reasons, we cannot name the woman and shall call the man "John". Both are in their early 20s. This is what experts call revenge porn. The photos were gleaned from the cellphone archives of spurned ex-boyfriends. The site often included victims' identifying information, such as names, employers and even addresses. Psychologist Richard Lim says that often, jilted men resort to revenge porn because they want to vent their rage over being rejected. He adds: "A woman's modesty may seem the easiest way to target, it's where they are most vulnerable. In Singapore, one can be charged under several laws, including electronically transmitting obscene objects, insulting a woman's modesty and, if a threat was made, criminal intimidation.
Friends 'liked' her nude photos
You may know that Google is tracking you, but most people don't realize the extent of it. Luckily, there are simple steps you can take to dramatically reduce Google's tracking. Because you still hold on to the past, which nothing could be changed. Regardless of how things were before, or how he was when he was with you, it doesn't make him who he is with his current girlfriend. I am not saying you are doing anything bad, just trying to tell you from a different prospective. Leave the past to the past, because you still have a future.
A jealous woman who was angry that her boyfriend kept nude photos of his ex on his laptop decided to publish them online. Freelance copywriter Yeo Hui Qi alias Yeo Min Ping, 29, was sentenced to a month in jail yesterday after a court heard how she had uploaded a folder of the woman's photos into a thumb drive before putting 48 on an image-storage site five months later, in a folder titled "Naughtiness". She also created fake profiles in the victim's name on two other websites, including a dating site. Yeo pleaded guilty to one of three charges of transmitting an obscene object by electronic means from her home in Yishun Street 61 on Feb 10, District Judge Lee Poh Choo said "on the spur, she Yeo destroyed another totally innocent lady's life", adding that what she had done was "absolutely despicable". The harm done to the victim could not be calculated, she said, and the victim had to "suffer this for the rest of her life'' as her pictures would always be circulated in her real name. Deputy Public Prosecutor Tan Si En said the victim had sent photos of herself to Yeo's year-old boyfriend when they were in a relationship from after meeting in a university overseas. After he graduated in December and returned here, they kept a long- distance relationship until Yeo and the man entered into a relationship in mid
You may know that Google is tracking you, but most people don't realize the extent of it. Luckily, there are simple steps you can take to dramatically reduce Google's tracking. You could start by accepting the fact that your girlfriend has a past. She has a past that involved other people, due to her personal choices that did not involve you. You did not exist. Her past made her who she is now. You like who she is now, right? Then, accepting and respecting her choices in her past, and the one choice she made to be in a relationship with you are a great start to understanding we are all here because of our choices. If that fact triggers your insecurity, then I suggest you have a meaningful co