At a time when Facebook users are being warned to reduce their exposure online, UK-based Skinbook is encouraging them to increase it. The site hit the big time this past week, with an [URL="http://www.time.com/time/business/article/0,8599,1992300,00.html#ixzz0pZ0XuyZL"]article [/URL]in [I]Time [/I]Magazine, which sent a naked horde running towards the community. Based on Ning.com, the site emphasizes quality, non-pervy interactions among people who enjoy social nudity, citing 9,000 members. Consequently, potential members must fill out a survey asking them for how long they've been a nudist, as well as a paragraph about them, whom they'd like to meet, favorite clubs/beaches, favorite music, favorite films and …

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Plenty of people have done it, gone online pretending to be something they are not. Indeed, plenty of men have gone online into chat rooms, forums, virtual worlds and social networking sites pretending to be women. Usually it is for the attention, sometimes it is for the sexual kicks of a gay guy getting chatted up (or even engaging in [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry1057.html"]cyber-sex[/URL] with) an unsuspecting straight man. Most people do not enter into this game of false identity with blackmail and sexual assault in mind though. Yet that is precisely what an 18 year old teenager from Wisconsin is charged with …

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Sexting is one of those words you might not have heard of if you are over a certain age. That age being 18 I would imagine. Sexting can best be defined as sending naked photos of yourself using your mobile phone to another phone or a social networking site. As I have reported before, the plain fact of the matter is that [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3651.html"]teens just love posting naked pictures of themselves online[/URL]. Indeed, surveys suggest that 36 percent of teen girls have posted online, or electronically sent, nude or semi-nude images of themselves as have 31 percent of teenage boys. The …

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Apparently it would appear that the Tomb raider franchise is not as healthy as it used to be. The days of movie spin-offs with Angelina Jolie would look like being long gone (was it really 2001 that the movie came out?) Indeed, publisher Eidos even had to renegotiate debt covenants according to some reports, so badly did the latest episode of the video game fare when released. However, talking in one still very popular Tomb Raider support forum, a member rumoured to be none other than Eric Lindstrom (creative director on Tomb Raider: Underworld) has [URL="http://www.tombraiderforums.com/showpost.php?p=3381945&postcount=505"]hinted[/URL] that the ESRB teen …

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How stupid do you have to be to get caught by spam email with the subject line of 'we caught you naked [your name] - check the video' is a question I have been asking myself today. Not because I have been caught naked, and if I had my only concern would have been for the poor soul subjected to the visual ordeal. Not even because I have received such a spam myself, at least not that I am aware of as my spam trap would have swallowed it whole and spat it out in bits before I knew about …

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