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The creators of SelfieStop say children are being increasingly targeted and pressured into sharing nude pictures and videos. And while some parental control apps can notify parents after a nude photo is taken, SelfieStop claims to be taking online safety to a next level. Mr Hart, 42, said children cannot delete the app from their phone themselves, if they were thinking about getting around the technology.
He told Metro. He said SelfieStop also tackles the problem of sextortion, where a predator finds on social media and tricks them into sending nude pictures. This can often lead to children being threatened with exposure and blackmailed into sending more images.
SelfieStop is available to download on the Apple and Google stores online, but it does come at a price. A Google spokesperson warned it will take action against any app that violates its policy to protect users. Earlier this year, a teacher from Coventry, West Midlands, was jailed for five years after tricking more than young boys into sending pictures of themselves stripping. Alaric Bristow, 31, posed as a teenage girl online and pretended to flirt naked selfie app the boys, who were all aged between 13 and The FBI said sexual predators convince youngsters through deception, manipulation, money and threats.
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