A hacker responsible for sharing nude images of up to 700 Brisbane women on a New Zealand-based file-sharing service online, has taunted police after they ordered for the photos to be removed. The freely available images, which showed ‘girls from Brisbane and surrounding areas’ in various states of undress, first emerged on a forum on Friday before being removed on Monday morning and reappearing again later that night, Fairfax reports. A police request led to their removal for a second time on Tuesday, which was followed by the hacker vowing to upload the photos again, posting: ‘come at me Aussie police’. The uploader allegedly named the women in the photos and even shared some of their locations. However, officers are limited in their ability to investigate the cybercrime due to a lack of complaints. ‘The thing is, we don’t have a complaint and the focus has to be on harm minimisation to try and get these things down so people’s lives aren’t ruined,’ Detective Superintendent Brian Hay told Faifax. ‘When you’ve got a complaint then you’ve got an offence.’ The news comes just days after hackers stole and posted scantily clad photos of up to 500 Adelaide women on a […]
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