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Read the Morning Rundown. First-time mom Shirley Saenz made a fateful decision four years ago: She walked into a drugstore near her Brooklyn, New York, home to print digital pictures of her month-old son without his clothes. She planned to print the photos, and believed that having hard evidence would support her case to cops that the boy appeared to be abused during visitations with his dad.
Handing over your personal photos to a stranger behind a counter is an inherently strange and invasive thing, so much so that it became the subject of a film starring Robin Williams in The responses were plentiful, sadly riddled with matters for the police, but also bizarre portraits of guinea pigs in sunglasses and genitalia. Oh, so much genitalia
Ah, Walmart. It's the biggest store in the world, and no one wants to admit they shop there, but yet everyone eventually does. Problem with your jokes is that Walmart shoppers are not all poor and uneducated.
For Lisa Demaree and her husband A. It all began a year ago, when the Demarees dropped off some digital photos to be printed at their local Walmart in Peoria, Ariz. I was in so much disbelief.
The app includes a feature which allows users to post private images, which should have only been accessible to people who were specifically selected. In Februarycyber-security researcher Oliver Hough allegedly reported a flaw which meant the private photos, as well as other sensitive information such as device IDs and location, were available publicly. But Online Buddies, which owns the app, failed to fix the problem until a year later in February