Kids' Charity Hacks Apple AirDrop to Deliver Powerful PSA About Cyber Flashers

Innocence in Danger's campaign shows how easy it is for children with smartphones to receive lewd photos

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Innocence in Danger, an international charity that protects children against violence and abuse, has co-opted Apple’s AirDrop technology to make a clever point about just how easy it is for kids to receive unsolicited lewd pictures via Bluetooth.

Drawing on the insight that 86% of French people aged between 12 and 17 are now equipped with smartphones, the organization wanted to highlight how these devices aren’t just platforms for gaming, reading or creating, but also a medium for sexual aggressors to reach children.




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