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There is no denying that the practice of sexting and sending nudes is still as prevalent as ever. In fact, a study by Klettke et. That's quite a lot of people with a crazy amount of libido to share online-- and with the entire world in quarantine during these difficult times, these numbers have surely gone higher. While most people are aware of the risks involved, more often than not they continue to expose their bare selves on the Internet without any sort of protection. Beneath all the fun and intimacy with sending private photos, people are naturally making themselves vulnerable to blackmail. A shockingly high number of people continue get their goods exposed without their consent, either through revenge pornography or through a massive data leak, so we listed down five tips to make sure the process of sending nudes remains safe.

How to Properly Remove Nudes from Your Phone

Houston bank clerk accused of stealing nude photos of unknowing customers

Naturally, you want to sell the old one, but it knows a lot about you — maybe too much. For example, there's that photo of the weird rash on your inner thigh that you sent to a friend for a second opinion. Before passing your phone on to a new owner, read our guide for both Apple and Android users — and protect your rash from getting into the wrong hands, so to speak. If you have an iPhone, you're in luck.

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A Bank of America spokesperson said the company fired Juan Esteban Ramirez after two customers, both year-old women, filed police reports against him. The first alleged victim told police she walked into the Bank of America at Highway 6 North in Houston on September 14, , to get a new debit card. The defendant asked her to use her phone to look up her bank account number.