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A woman’s genius hack on how to send nude photos safely has gone viral as she reveals the best way to prevent your snaps from leaking.
Sexting - the provocative practice of sending nude or risqué photos of yourself to lovers – is undoubtedly risky business.
But despite its associated risks, studies suggest that one in five adult mobile phone users have done it.
So, if you’re going to sext then you might as well do it safely.
Enter, Annika Simons from Phoenix, Arizona who has come up with an ingenious way to protect exes or flings from sharing your racy photos - something that's illegal in the UK.
“Watermark your nude with the name of the person you’re sending to,” she wrote on Facebook.
“So if they ever leak it you know who did it.”
The post has since been shared thousnds of times across social media after it clearly struck a cord.
“That is actually genius,” one person replied. 

Another added, “Given that it is illegal to leak nudes in many places, that is actually pretty brilliant. 
“Not only would it deter them in the first place, if they are stupid enough to still leak it, it will be plenty of evidence for a criminal conviction.”
While tongue-in-cheek, Simons’ advice is incredibly significant. An offence that carries a maximum prison term of two years, more than 200 prosecutions have been brought since the legalisation took effect back in April 2015.