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We hold power to account - sparking criminal investigations and exposing abuses. Help us do more. This article is based on discussions around cyber exploitation with students, parents and teachers in rural and urban Sri Lanka, grappling with the motivations for sharing naked pictures and videos. The list of search results found on Google. What makes a young girl stand naked in front of her mirror, point her smartphone at it, and take a picture? What makes a young man, who receives this picture, share it with his friends on WhatsApp, perhaps even sell it to a website that specializes in girlfriend pornography? Since May , when a group of 70 girls from different schools in Colombo approached us at the Grassrooted Trust about being blackmailed because of naked pictures and videos they had shared with their boyfriends, our engagement with cyber exploitation and violence has been characterized by three surprises. Our first surprise was that all the young people we spoke to, regardless of where they lived or their background, knew about the naked pictures and videos. Wherever there is a smartphone with a camera and an internet connection, it happens. We were also schooled on the popular social media and messaging applications that were most suited for sharing these pictures and videos.
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LONDON -- One of the men tortured in Sri Lanka said he was held for 21 days in a small dank room where he was raped 12 times, burned with cigarettes, beaten with iron rods and hung upside-down. Another man described being abducted from home by five men, driven to a prison, and taken to a "torture room" equipped with ropes, iron rods, a bench and buckets of water.
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Sri Lankan police have arrested three men who bared their behinds at a sacred site and shared the photographic evidence on social media. Foreigners who posted similar photos on social media were not arrested, prompting some social media commenters to say that only those with "brown bums" were being punished. The arrests followed a complaint by a Buddhist monk who said the photos, taken within view of the Unesco-listed Sigiriya rock fortress, are a religious insult. The photos taken by foreign tourists were posted on the Cheeky Exploits Instagram page, where people share pictures of bare backsides in locations around the world. The three men are not the first to attract ire for sharing semi or completely nude pics at a site with religious or cultural significance. Two American sisters were arrested in Cambodia in for taking nude photos of each other at Angkor Wat temple, which holds spiritual and historical significance for locals. That same year, a group of Western tourists were jailed in Malaysia after posing for naked photos on Mt Kinabalu, which locals consider sacred. Indigenous tribes blamed the tourists for a deadly earthquake which occurred shortly afterwards. When the earthquake happened, it's like a confirmation of our beliefs. Much as the television altered the family dynamic, focusing individuals' attention on it rather than each other, Kramer said social media is changing the way we think about ourselves and others.

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Trio were amongst a group of men who posted semi-naked snaps of themselves taken at Pidurangala Rock. Three men who bared their bottoms as they posed for pictures at a sacred Buddhist site in Sri Lanka have been arrested. The actions of the young Sri Lankan nationals prompted backlash from members of the online community, who branded the images an insult to the religion. Pidurangala Rock is within walking distance of the ancient Sigiriya rock fortress, a Unesco World Heritage site often referred to as the eighth wonder of the world. Sri Lankan police arrested the men after a Buddhist monk logged an official complaint about the images. However, the arrests have drawn a mixed reaction on social media. While some people praised the force for taking action, others insisted that their priorities were misplaced. They only seem to act on nonsensical non-issues like this," a Facebook user said. Briton Eleanor Hawkins, Canadians Lindsey and Danielle Peterson, and Dutchman Dylan Snel were given jail terms and fined after admitting they had disrespected the mountain gods and caused a public disturbance. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.

Sri Lankan police have arrested three men who bared their behinds at a sacred site and shared the photographic evidence on social media. Foreigners who posted similar photos on social media were not arrested, prompting some social media commenters to say that only those with "brown bums" were being punished. The arrests followed a complaint by a Buddhist monk who said the photos, taken within view of the Unesco-listed Sigiriya rock fortress, are a religious insult.

The photos taken by foreign tourists were posted on the Cheeky Exploits Instagram page, where people share pictures of bare backsides in locations around the world.

The three men are not the first to attract ire for sharing semi or completely nude pics at a site with religious or cultural significance. Two American sisters were arrested in Cambodia in for taking nude photos of each other at Angkor Wat temple, which holds spiritual and historical significance for locals.

That same year, a group of Western tourists were jailed in Malaysia after posing for naked photos on Mt Kinabalu, which locals consider sacred. Indigenous tribes blamed the tourists for a deadly earthquake which occurred shortly afterwards. When the earthquake happened, it's like a confirmation of our beliefs. Much as the television altered the family dynamic, focusing individuals' attention on it rather than each other, Kramer said social media is changing the way we think about ourselves and others.

While some studies have suggested that narcissism lies behind our desire to share photos online, Kramer thinks most posters are after social recognition. Image sharing is effectively a game of social status, and self-validation perhaps. It's a bit like buying a flash car to prove your worth. Social media's blurring of the boundary between public and private is another reason people can be blase about sharing revealing pictures online, Kramer said. There's no such thing as too much information anymore. Hence, the rise in naked travel selfies.

Men arrested after sharing semi-naked photos taken on Sri Lanka's Pidurangala Rock. Lorna Thornber , Sep 27 Foreign tourists who posted semi-nude photos near Pidurangala Rock were not arrested.



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