Russian snowboarder Alexey Sobolev decides to put his phone number on his helmet. This move was not welcomed by his iPhone.
A 16-year-old Virginia girl takes to Twitter to allegedly send naked pictures of herself. She is charged with distributing child pornography.
After nude photos from her phone are posted to a revenge porn site, a teacher at an Ohio Christian school says her iPhone was stolen. Her school suspends her.
A federal court wonders why the TSA hasn't held public hearings or issued rules about its nude scanners, even though it was ordered to a year ago.
Sometimes people get hurt after a break-up. But an Australian man learns that it's not such a good way of showing the hurt if you post nude pics of your ex on Facebook.
A high school football coach intends to post a nude photo to his girlfriend on Facebook. Instead, it is publicly visible. Ten minutes is enough for a parent to see it.
Man pleads guilty to using Facebook to get personal info and hack into women's e-mail accounts to get hold of nude photos, which he then sent out to victims' contacts list.
Rafe hits us with the best Facebook analogy yet: it's like a nude beach that you have to go to, and also, it rips your clothes off. Also, we get all excited about WebOS in the HP slate until Rafe irrefutably proves how it's not going to work. And then Molly turns into Tom and says a "graduated response" to piracy from ISPs might not be that unacceptable. What!?