Search Search. Menu Sections. Grainia Long - CEO of the ISPCC - has called the increase in numbers of Irish teenagers sending nude selfies a "huge child protection issue" and has offered parents advice on how to combat it. Grainia explained that in the last few weeks the number of calls the ISPCC are receiving about the issue has increased.
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The content includes portraits of families, social media posts, and images of women walking in public or in the gym, but there are also nude photographs taken in more intimate settings. Details of where the women live and where they attend college or school are also posted on the site. But when he sent me it, it was a photo I definitely had not put on Instagram. And then I said to the guard on the desk, who was a woman, about what was going on. She advised me to get in touch with the group itself. This sub has grown exponentially over the last week or so. What you get up to in private chats, other subs, or other messaging apps is out of our control. A friend of another victim of this site told TheJournal.
By Leigh Mcmanus For Mailonline. Two young Irish girls unleashed a tirade of anti-immigrant abuse at a Mexican man who was speaking Spanish during a phone call in Dublin. A video thread of the disturbing encounter earlier this month was captured by the alleged victim - a man named Dave Monklova - and shared to Twitter, where it has since gone viral. Mr Monklova also shared the footage in a group on Facebook made up of Mexicans living in the Irish capital. He claims the youngsters assaulted him off camera and broke his earphones but in subsequent posts made sure to say that the incident was an isolated one and Ireland has been a largely positive experience for him during his one year living there.