Back in the bad old days, all it took for a lady to get fired from teaching job or lose an election was flip the bird at or show her areolas to a digital camera. No longer. In fact, as a recent case in Texas shows, we're moving toward a future where the only response to revelations of a "naughty" digital past will be…
More bad news on the kids-today front: kids who are sexting are more likely to be depressed. The only (sort of) silver lining is that kids in general may be recognizing that sending nude pics to each other is a bad idea.
Gary Giordano (pictured, left) is being held in Aruba in connection with the disappearance of his traveling companion Robyn Gardner. Yesterday, we learned that he'd taken out a $1.5 million insurance policy on her prior to her death. Now it turns out that he may have had a camera containing nude pictures of her —…
A new study purports to show that women are actually more likely to engage in sexting than men are. But a closer look reveals a different picture of the findings.
Police are threatening students at a New Jersey middle school with child pornography charges after a naked picture of a thirteen-year-old student made the rounds of their mobile phones. But there may not really be much authorities can do.
A California man has pled guilty to a crime one victim called "virtual rape": he hacked into hundreds of women's email accounts, found naked pictures, and sent them to everyone in the women's address books.
Somebody emailed TMZ to point out that the picture of John F. Kennedy sunning himself while two naked ladies leap into the water may actually be from a Playboy photo shoot.