50 girls angry after someone publicized their naked selfies on the Internet


Woman taking selfie (illustration) 
By: Feng Qian

(Scroll down for video) Police launched an investigation after a group of girls reported that someone publicized their naked selfies on the Internet, police in Massachusetts said.

Duxbury police said that the photos were uploaded to a Dropbox page, and was distributed in school.

After police contacted Dropbox, the page was removed. The page contained about 50 photos, showing high school girls in varying degrees of nudity.

The girls were not aware that their photos will be publicized on the Internet. Most photos appeared to be selfies. Dropbox has been served with a search warrant in order to track down the person who uploaded the photos.

School officials said that this has been an embarrassing and expensive lesson for students.

School officials told police that they are against filing criminal charges in the case and want the matter to be a life lesson for students, but police vowed to charge the perpetrator with child porn.