Created in by brothers Nikolai and Pavel Durov, the web- and app-based messenger gained notoriety almost immediately: Telegram was one of the earliest systems to support end-to-end encryption, and terrorist groups such as the Islamic State IS were quick to exploit that to communicate with their operatives. In fact, Telegram was the preferred IS platform for almost four years. But as the messaging app grew more popular among regular users, so did the number of cases where user privacy was violated. They stole my privacy.
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A teenage girl who had semi-nude photos of herself stolen and distributed on social media last week has forgiven the man who leaked the pictures and says they have even become friends. She posted the images on the site asking for advice on which one to send to her boyfriend. Kamila, 17, pictured, shared semi-nude photos of herself on a women only Facebook page but they were leaked after a man gained access to the page, claiming to have used a fake profile. Two of the photos were of her in her underwear, in the other two she was wearing a jumper and underwear. The images were leaked within 24 hours by Lindor Jonuzi, 19, a Melbourne man who claimed to have accessed the all-girl group by using a fake account. In fact when Mr Jonuzi lost his job after being dobbed in by someone offended by his part in the incident Kamila supported him. The young girl left admits it was her fault that the photos went public, she has even chosen to forgive Lindor Jonuzi right and says the two have become friends. Mr Jonuzi's post to the 'lads' Facebook page featured Kamila's whole post which asked the woman on the group to help her pick a photo to send to her boyfriend. Kamila was happy with Mr Jonuzi's apology following the incident, even though she was hurt that he leaked the photos.
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