TORONTO — A Chinese man says he watched in fear through a webcam as his ex-girlfriend struggled with an intruder in her apartment — the terrifying scene ending with two muffled bangs, heavy breathing and a naked man turning off the computer. The night before York University student Qian Liu, 23, was found dead in her off-campus basement apartment, mostly naked and face down on the floor, she was chatting with her ex-boyfriend, Xian Meng. Meng and Liu started dating as young teenagers in China, but broke up in early , a few months after she moved to Canada to study, Meng testified Friday in court. At one point Liu answered a knock at her door, retrieved her cellphone and handed it to the man standing in her door frame, Meng said. They were talking in English and he was pressing buttons on her phone, Meng said. All of a sudden the man tried to force his way inside, he said.
NUDE photos of hundreds of young Chinese women who were forced to hand over naked selfies for cash loans have been leaked online. The horrific practice is being done through Jiedaibao, a peer-to-peer lending platform where people can broker their own deals - but it is not known who leaked the pictures. In June it emerged that the young girls are asked to send a naked selfie with their ID card in order to borrow thousands of yuan with high interest rates. The dodgy loan sharks then threaten to contact their parents and post the picture online, to make sure that the money will be repaid. According to the newspaper Legal Daily, some lenders sell the nude pictures for 30 yuan at a time, even after they receive all their money.
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A man who shared naked pictures of his ex-girlfriend on fake social media accounts in her name has avoided jail. Mitchell Brindley from Western Australia created numerous Instagram accounts, with one containing 'full nudes' where his girlfriend's breasts and vagina were crudely censored. Brindley, who made the fake accounts after they had broken up, uploaded the intimate pictures without her consent between April 19 and Brindley, 24, is the first person to be charged under the WA's new revenge porn laws, just days after the legislation went into effect.
These are external links and will open in a new window. A novel attempt to convince people to open malicious email attachments is spreading online, purporting to offer nude photos of a friend's girlfriend. Instead of threatening to distribute stolen private images, this new attempt claims to have already "sextorted" the recipient's friend, who refused to pay. It tells them it is now emailing nude photos to every contact of the supposed victim - and to check the attachment. Recipients who click on the attachment open a Word document with a blurred image that hints at possibly sexual content - and instructions on how to "enable content". Doing so downloads a malicious application - an approach Prof Alan Woodward, from the University of Surrey, said was "a classic". Usually, hackers who prey on people using sexual images claim to have gathered them by secretly accessing a webcam or the user's saved images. IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence said: "If people do not identify as the victim, they may act much more careless, especially those curious to find out who was actually targeted,". The attack works by encouraging users to ignore the security warning from Microsoft Office applications and click the "enable content" button.