Kylie now has a new goal… letting others know to be careful. Harris knows those photos can resurface even years later. The website seems to have loose rules about what someone can post. They could stalk this person and it opens up a risk of sexual assault or other crimes," Honomichl worries. He says this type of website, unfortunately, pops up all too often. After all that we could never track down a real owner. Kylie, a mom now, was shocked to discover that a month ago someone posted nude photos of her on the internet.
Two different internet experts we talked with say the site likely exists to make money off of advertising.
Website trolls for naked photos
Harris spends time educating kids on the dangers of the internet. This includes non-nude images 2 Don't be evil. Hopkins says while the site may not be breaking the law, its users could be under federal or state revenge porn laws. Posters can remove their own photos they have posted but for others there is no easy way to get the pictures taken down. The website seems to have loose rules about what someone can post.