There are many ways for you to ruin your life in seconds with a SextCast if you are irresponsible and do not understand Responsibility 2.1C! This page is for those of you who believe the devastating consequences of "Unintended SextCasts" and/or "Viral SextCasts" can't happen to you. This page will provide you with a real example of how an your private password protected images and videos can be accessed and shared with the world before you ever know it, or can ever do anything to stop it, effectively destroying your life, and the lives of your loved ones in seconds.
Cruisin’ With Kids, a Community Partner of The Institute for Responsible Online and Cell-Phone Communication has provided us with the following example to illustrate just how serious and realistic the aforementioned information is. They have created a profile for their corporate mascot Cruiser on PhotoBucket.com, and (ONLY because we have obtained permission from Cruisin’ With Kids) we are going to provide you access to a photo inside this password protected account without logging in.
Here we go…
Step 1: Open a New Browser
You can reach the private account by clicking or copying and pasting the following link into the browser:
OBSERVATION: When you arrive at the account, you will notice it is password protected.
Step 2: Again, The Institute is providing this information to prove how dangerous the internet and sextcasting can be and why you need to understand I.R.O.C.2’s concept of Responsibility 2.1C.
Please click here to access a private photo in the password protected account.
OBSERVATION: Notice that you can see the picture of Cruiser Fox inside the account! You can save, it, share it, send it to a friend without Cruiser ever knowing.
Step 3: Now try and click the "All Albums" link over the image.
OBSERVATION: Notice you were directed to the log in page which means you were looking at private content without logging in, and without Cruiser knowing.
Hopefully, for your sake, if you have or do participate in sextcasting, this very basic exercise will open your eyes to the dangers of poor judgment using digital technology, and help you understand how vital it is that you, me, everyone understand Responsibility 2.1C!