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Lots of people feel more confident online than they do face-to-face — adults and young people. Like unwanted nudes. Unfortunately, we know that many adults and children are receiving unwanted nudes. In fact, sharing a nude with someone without their consent is a form of sexual harassment. Who sends these images? Unwanted nude image sharing can come from strangers - for example there have been reports in the news of people sending them using AirDrop when on public transport. If you have received a nude from an over 18, report it to CEOP.
But they may also come from people you know at school. Read our advice below on what you can do. How do young people feel when they receive an unwanted nude? Receiving unwanted nudes can make people feel a range of different emotions. Young people who receive a photo like this should remember:. If anyone - whether an adult or a young person - is sending you nude images that you do not want report it to CEOP.
They will be able to help you. You will be called by a social worker at CEOP who will talk to you about what has happened. They will be able to give you the advice and support you need. Or you could speak to a counsellor at Childline confidentially by calling If someone has made you feel uncomfortable, you can stop them from sending more nudes. Read all about how to block and report here. If you feel able to, tell them that the image has made you feel uncomfortable. Naked images of under 18s are illegal, but the police will respond to cases with a common sense attitude.
The law was created to protect young people and you will not be in trouble for reporting that you have received these types of images. SearchQuery Search. Receiving unwanted nudes Lots of people feel more confident online than they do face-to-face — adults and young people. The police do not want to criminalise young people for sending nude images of themselves consensually with permission from the recipient. Some people who receive nudes feel like they should please the sender by responding. Someone has sent me a nude I didn't want, what can I do? Report and block the sender If someone has made you feel uncomfortable, you can stop them from sending more nudes.
Remember the law is there to protect young people Naked images of under 18s are illegal, but the police will respond to cases with a common sense attitude. Top of Skip .Nudes people
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