A simple selfie may seem harmless. But, the selfie culture for kids at a local Colorado high school involved sharing around 500 naked photos.
Parents and school administrators were clueless because teens used disguised apps on their phones to unlock a secret vault to stash and share the photos. These "ghost apps" can be used to hide notes and photos on any smartphone. (Video via YouTube/Matt Harding)
KKTV in Colorado Springs reports that the Canon City Schools superintendent confirmed some kids have been suspended, but police say it's too early to know if anyone will face charges.
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