Last night we were in bed, and his friend was texting him, etc.. He immediately shut the phone off, I said who were those girls? He said his friend sent them to him last week, and was obviously sending more last night. His friends do this randomly and apparently have for years and years..
5. Samsung Has A Private Mode
July 4, am Updated July 4, am. In other words, your phone might send nudes to your boss or mom on its own, which would obviously be a pretty big problem. The only proof is the response you might receive from a recipient surprised to see pictures from you without any explanation. One Reddit user discovered that Samsung Messages sent out his entire photo gallery to a contact in the middle of the night. We are aware of the reports regarding this matter and our technical teams are looking into it. While you wait for Samsung to fix the problem, you can try two temporary fixes yourself. First of all, you can ditch Samsung Messages and use a different messaging app. In either case, just to be safe, you might want to move any compromising photos off your Galaxy phone for the time being.
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So you take a cheeky picture of yoursself in your new lingerie for your boyfriend, or even cheekier, naked, and send it to him, but keep it in your album afterwards and forget about it. Or your partner sends some of themselves in a naughty pose and you put it at the back of your mind and your camera roll after a night of phone sex. Although it may do wonders for your sex life, what happens when it gets into the wrong hands? I know a girl who took a picture of herself in every dress she owned so that before a night out she could remind herself of how she looked in each one to make an informed decision. Research has found that half of Brits aged between have pictures on their phone that they would not want others to see and a third put a password on their phones to stop unwanted people being able to see their albums. Less offensive are the soppy romantic ones that we all take of our partners, like the ones where they are sleeping or kissing you.
The app comes with an image-recognition algorithm that can identify such sexually implicit images and immediately send out alerts to parents. The app has been trained to detect humans, and more the skin in the image, means more the chances of it being a 'suspicious image detected. So as soon as a child downloads a nude image, the parent will be sent an alert that reads 'Suspicious Image detected. For instance, WhatsApp or downloaded from the Internet. Gallery Guardian will sync with up to six devices. However, the report adds that the app couldn't detect a photo that was clothed, but exposing private body parts. The app is still learning and the developer is trying to train it to recognise genetalia, and the hindrance is the different shape and sizes. Delhi violence: Video of mosque being set on fire, vandalised creates more furore. Over cases in January; Bengaluru traffic cops accelerate crackdown on wayward stuntmen. English News Technology.