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Marine Corps guidelines now ban online sexual harassment

TUAW Saturday, 18 March 2017 ()
Marine Corps guidelines now ban online sexual harassmentThe US Marine Corps has already started to crack down on soldiers sharing nude photos of women soldiers through internet groups, but it now has a better way of tackling this behavior. The military branch has published updated guidelines that explici...
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News video: US military broadens nude photo-sharing probe

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The US military is at the centre of a growing scandal involving the sharing of nude photos of female service members without their consent. What began with a secret Facebook group of 30,000 US marines, is proving to be the tip of the iceberg. It has emerged that hundreds of such photos from every...

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