Parents have cringed over every new teen sexting scandal.And disapproving puritans the nation over have tut-tutted the women, and sometimes men, whose compromising photographs end up posted online for prying eyes.

The Daily Scam is very sad to report a scam that seems to be targeting men on social media like Facebook, but then progressing to the use of Skype for video chatting. She manipulates the victim to include video of his face during their video exchange. Read this post by a Reddit user who was scammed this way and then blackmailed not to post the video captured by the scammer… They had one friend in common, and were saying they were in my same industry.

The victim is coaxed into exposing himself during a skype conversation with a newly-friended woman who appears to be interested in video sex.

After all, sexting isn’t just the province of the young and reckless: According to Pew Research, 34 percent of adults aged 25 to 34, and 22 percent of adults aged 35 to 44, have received sexts, too.

So if you’re to sext, which you are, you might as well do it safely.

Leaving aside the potential moral/legal/etiquette problems with sexting, of which there are admittedly many, digital nudes suffer two main privacy problems.

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