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Photos and videos can spread like wildfire through mobile or social networks, so be careful what you share, even with people you trust.

There are countless stories out there of kids who have been expelled from school or varsity or people have lost their jobs, because a photo or video intended for the eyes of one person made its way online.

And it can be as serious as getting a criminal record - if you send nude or sexually explicit photos or videos to your girlfriend or boyfriend and you’re under the age of 18, you could be charged with the production of pornography.

See what happened when Milli’s pics got out in this animated video here:

 

 

 

 

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