After a spate of recently-hacked phone nudes, it's clear our advice to never shoot pictures of your own junk isn't going to catch on. So if you're going to do it, at least do it well. Here's how to make your naked shots shine. Aside from using a phone built after, say, , this is probably the most important strategy: snap your pictures where the light is good. Turn on lamps at roughly the same height as the parts you want to accentuate, and avoid stark overhead lights—no naked human has ever looked great shrouded in shadows. Low light settings also fill your pictures with distracting and horribly unsexy digital noise.
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Ever sent a nude photo to a partner before? If so, you're not the only one. Now one Japanese phone company says: "No, maybe that's not such a good idea. The e20 is a new budget Android phone from Japanese company Tone. But its most salient feature is Smartphone Protection. It's AI-software within the camera app that blocks users from taking nude selfies. If you take a shot that the phone's image-processing algorithm suspects is a nude, it'll block that photo from being saved to your gallery.
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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.
Thousands of pictures including "naked selfies" have been extracted from factory-wiped phones by a Czech Republic-based security firm. The firm, called Avast, used publicly available forensic security tools to extract the images from second-hand phones bought on eBay. Experts have warned that the only way to completely delete data is to "destroy your phone".