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16-Jan-2017 13:18

The scandal that prompted an investigation into hundreds of Marines who are accused of sharing naked photographs of their colleagues in a private Facebook group is much larger than has been reported, Business Insider has learned.The practice of sharing such photos goes beyond the Marine Corps and one Facebook group.He reported on a Facebook group called Marines United, which was home to approximately 30,000 members who were sharing nude photos of colleagues along with personal information and even encouragement of sexual assault.The report led the Marine Corps to open an investigation, spurred widespread outrage in the media and in Congress, and prompted sharp condemnation from the Corps' top leaders.The site, called Anon IB, has a dedicated board for military personnel that features dozens of threaded conversations among men, many of whom ask for "wins" — naked photographs — of specific female service members, often identifying the women by name or where they are stationed.

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That’s because we’re the first to pioneer a one-of-a-kind, true bare cruise experience. And to think it all started back in 1991 when 36 passengers went all aboard a clothing-optional dive boat.Andzejus Raginskis of Lithuania’s police bureau told reporters that the data had been uploaded to the dark web: On its website, the hacked chain of clinics says that it is working closely with the police, and is urging customers to take precautions.Those precautions include telling clients to be wary of opening emails or clicking on links which may have been sent by the blackmailers, and to pass any communications (including SMS text messages they may receive) to the authorities.According to the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, investigators are considering felony charges that could carry a maximum penalty of seven years in prison.An official familiar with the matter told Business Insider that the Marine commandant, Gen.At first the Tsar Team attempted to sell the stolen data back to the clinic, for the eye-watering sum of 300 bitcoins (about half a million dollars).