Students granted amnesty period for nude photos
NEW JERSEY (KGO) -- Students with a northern New Jersey school district have until Monday to delete any nude photos they exchanged using a popular new app called "Snap Chat."
The brief amnesty period comes as police investigate how nude photos of two teenage girls ended up being shared online. The new app allowed the girls to put a limit on how long the pictures could be viewed, but someone took screenshots of the pictures before they expired and posted them online.
The district says anyone who fails to delete their nude photos by Monday could face child porn charges.
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