A spokesperson for Dropbox told VICE News that the folder described in this story has been removed from the platform: "This link has been taken down and banned so it cannot be recirculated on Dropbox. As always, we investigate reports of content that violate our Acceptable Use Policy. A Dropbox folder containing hundreds of explicit photos of female U. The women in the photos, some topless, others entirely nude, are largely identifiable and appear to be from all branches of the U. S military. The folder is the latest example of an ongoing problem with revenge porn and online harassment in the U.
Explicit photos of female service members are being shared in a Dropbox folder called “Hoes Hoin’”
Anyone have access to the "Hoes hoin" dropbox? - Miscellaneous - Sup Forums
I've had them, since forever ago. There used to be an Imgur folder with all her shit, called fur reddot. Might still be around. I know that we usual don't send women into ACTUAL danger, they are just playing soldiers, but you'd think some of them should have slipped through the cracks. I'm not saying it was actually army people I was pointing out that the thing that they posted was on motherless and how to find it. Sup Forums.
Explicit Photos of Female Service Members Were Shared Online - Again
Log in or Sign up. You are free to attack a person or groups ideas but you are crossing the line when calling for violence. This will be heavily enforced in threads with breaking news involving victims. Making it even worse, some of the photos show women's faces, their dog tags, or their name tags on their uniforms.
The majority feature womxn semi- or fully naked. In some, the womxn depicted is engaging in a sexual act. Others are reportedly selfies or nude photos taken by another person, while others are side-by-side comparisons of the same woman in uniform and naked. There are reportedly three subfolders named for specific womxn within the Dropbox folder. Jump to.