In the early aughts, I spent a few years dabbling in the world of nude modeling. Why, exactly, a competent, intelligent, and worldly young woman might sacrifice her political ambitions purely by revealing to the world that, yes, she is in possession of a human body never needed to be clarified for any of us. Nearly two decades later, it would seem that those rules are still in effect. After surfacing on Reddit, an image purporting to be a self portrait snapped by Ms. Ocasio-Cortez has made the rounds online, including on the right-wing site The Daily Caller. Follow us on Instagram at nytopinion.
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The woman thought she was applying to model for the online retailer - but it turned out to be a scam. A woman was asked to send revealing pictures of herself after applying for a modelling job which claimed to be from online clothing retailer Boohoo. Livvi Robson decided to apply for the modelling job after she came across it on major employment website Indeed. Around 35 minutes after applying she had an email from a person claiming to be called Naomi Evans, who appeared to have a Boohoo email address.
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Scammers are using a famous modeling agency's name to con young women into sending them nude photos, according to a new report from The Guardian. Last week, the publication reported that people are setting up fake Instagram and Facebook accounts and posing as scouts for Storm Model Management, the company that represents supermodels including Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne, and Cindy Crawford. From there, scammers contact teen girls and ask them to send nude photos and take part in video calls, during which scammers ask their targets to take off their clothes. According to The Guardian , there have been cases revolving around modeling scams in just the past year alone, and modeling agencies report getting dozens of phone calls and emails about these activities each week. These scams were becoming so frequent that Storm Modeling Management publicly addressed them in August.
The app was not designed to work on men. Deepfake images and clips often appear credible to the average viewer — with many raising alarm bells about their possibility to mislead members of the public. They also asked people who had a copy not to share it. This tech should not be available to the public. We thought we were selling a few sales every month in a controlled manner.