Related News: Chatroom rape fantasies woman jailed for six years

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A woman who used internet chatrooms to try to arrange for strangers to rape a former work colleague has been jailed for six years.

Joanne Berry, 30, from Grove Park, south-east London, said she liked role-play and invited men to act out violent “rape scenarios” with her.

But instead of giving her own address she gave that of the work colleague in Kent.

Source: BBC

Related News: Facial recognition app matches strangers to online profiles

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. CNET published an article titled Facial recognition app matches strangers to online profiles.

Soon your face could be your calling card. An upcoming app for Android, iOS, and Google Glass called NameTag will allow you to photograph strangers and find out who they are — complete with social networking and online dating profiles.

Spot someone out and about that you want to identify, and you can capture their face using your device’s camera. The app will send the photo wirelessly to NameTag’s server, where it will compare the photo to millions of online records and return with a name, more photos, and social-media profiles, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, where the person (or their friends) might have publicly posted photos of themselves.

Source: CNET

Related News: Letters by strangers from around the world save suicidal boy, 13, after troubled child announced on internet he wanted to kill himself on his birthday

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. MailOnline published an article titled Letters by strangers from around the world save suicidal boy, 13, after troubled child announced on internet he wanted to kill himself on his birthday.

A boy who posted to his Instragram account pictures of self-inflicted cuts to his arms along with a dire warning that he planned to commit suicide on his upcoming 13th birthday spurred thousands of people from around the world to send inspirational messages to the troubled youth.

Noah Brocklebank, a seventh-grader from Columbia, Md., has been bullied by his classmates for years. He’s been called ‘fat,’ ‘ugly,’ ‘annoying,’ and loser,’ amongst other terrible names.

‘I just felt like everything was worthless,’ said Noah. ‘My life was terrible. I had no one.’

Source: MailOnline