The nude-photo file-sharing ploy had apparently been a relatively open secret among students, but administrators and district officials used tight discretion on formally acknowledging the case, in part at the behest of police investigators who did not want to tip off potential suspects and spur them to delete evidence. Though the high schoolers likely thought it wasn't a crime to look at the site, authorities say that anyone who tweeted the photos or forwarded it could face jail time and child pornography charges. Report Abuse. Mountain View High School is the only campus identified as having students tied to the ersatz network of images of underage girls, at least one of whom attends the school. There students told administrators of the site, which had featured explicit photos of nearly 60 female students. August 12, at 4: Will Pinterest ever shut down it's services to the public?
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Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Many of the photos were self-taken, but the majority appeared to have been uploaded by someone else, such as a boyfriend or friend, King said. Almost immediately, officials shut down the site, interrogated students and sent out a robocall informing parents. Best Answer: If any such victims are found, he said the case will be returned to the local Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.