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Scandal has hit Burrillville High School in Rhode Island.
A police investigation is underway after the existence of a secret Dropbox housing sexually explicit images and videos of underage Burrillville girls was brought to the attention of administration. This Dropbox has 48 folders labeled with names of the girls and their respective images.
48 folders! That is unbelievable and disgusting.
Sidenote: If you’re not familiar with Dropbox, it’s basically a cloud storage service where you can upload a file to your Dropbox from your computer, for example, and then view it on your smart phone. As long as you, or say a hoard of horny teenage boys, have the software installed you can view the files on any device.
According to an unidentified female student interviewed by the Providence Journal, this has been happening for years and the process is that girls would send these photos to boys and they would add them to this Dropbox, unbeknownst to the girl. This Dropxbox would disappear when girls complained and then inevitably ramp back up.
WOW. I have never heard anything like this and I have so many questions. Who even started this? It’s like a secret society of teenage perverts passing down the Dropbox baton. I think the answers all lie with the population of male students. This Dropbox information has to be passed down somehow.
Besides the incident itself, it is incredibly disturbing as to how long this has been happening. Years seems to be the consensus.
If this is true, if administration has known about this issue for 5+ years, then they have done a HUGE disservice to the students they were enlisted to teach and protect. I hope if it is proven to be the case that there are appropriate consequences for those cowardly individuals.
There’s also a lot of comments about not treating the females involved like victims because, after all, they did make the conscious decision to send explicit images to these boys. That’s a touchy subject and while I think, speaking as a woman myself, that women have a reasonable responsibility to protect themselves there is also a reasonable expectation of privacy. But perhaps in a time with rampant technology and voyeurism, sadly privacy shouldn’t be expected. I don’t know, but I do know the real victims here are the girls and if I had a daughter involved in this clusterfuck I would be operating at full mom-rage right now.
These are underage high school girls, who I doubt understand the repercussions of sending these images- the bigger picture of how these actions can come back to hurt them for the rest of their lives.
The boys involved knew exactly what they were doing operating their real life amateur porn stash. What they’ve done is repulsive. This isn’t any “boys will be boys” garbage, this is some malicious and invasive shit. I doubt it will be difficult for police to ferret out the truth. These are high school kids after all.
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