The predator had been sending private messages grooming the child and then offered the Amazon gift card in exchange for the revealing shots. The girl obliged, purchasing a pair of shorts, sunglasses and a jumper with the funds from the gift card. When the child's mother found out what had occurred she demanded the images be removed, to which the predator responded: "pay me back my money". The girl's mother, who has gone public with her family's story to warn parents of the dangers of social media, deleted her daughter's Instagram account and reported the incident to the Australian Federal Police. In one account that was linked to the page, a year-old girl posed provocatively in her underwear. All her friends are on Instagram and that's how they communicate.
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This resource sheet provides information about safety and good practice when images of children and young people are displayed online. It outlines the legal obligations for Internet users who post images of children and young people on the Internet, and some of the emerging issues associated with the displaying of online images by children and young people. Guidance is also provided for supporting children and young people to be safe online.
She's staring at the camera and smiling, little suspecting her picture will soon sit among thousands of explicit images of students being shared and swapped and rated and traded as flippantly as football cards. Some of the images exposed young girls engaged in sexual acts. The majority were nude selfies taken in the privacy of their bathrooms or bedrooms and shared by former partners, without the girls' consent. Amanda's photo in a low-cut red top and make-up was stolen from her Facebook page and posted on the online chat forum one Tuesday morning in June, by someone scouring social media for something more explicit of her.