The claim was that the criminal ring could use Snapchat to locate unwitting girls, kidnap them and sweep them into the sex-trafficking operation.
From that point on, the pictures were online for anybody to see.
The girls snapped the photos of themselves naked, and sent them to a boy they know via Snapchat.
That is what a social platform is for and supposed to be used to help people.
In 2013, she violated Instagram rules when she posted a photo of herself getting sprayed completely nude.
Now, a whole town is having a collective frank discussion about personal discretion, internet use and privacy.