In Google Allo’s settings, you can enable Incognito Mode, which turns on end-to-end encryption. And if you do capture those identifiable details, try using Microsoft Paint or the built-in Markup tool in the i Phone Photos app (open the photo turn Save location to off." data-src="https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2017-02/16/18/asset/buzzfeed-prod-fastlane-03/sub-buzz-22646-1487288249-2.jpg" data-mobile-src="https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2017-02/16/18/asset/buzzfeed-prod-fastlane-03/sub-buzz-22646-1487288249-2.jpg?In Facebook Messenger, you can enable encryption by using a feature called “Secret Conversation.” You can get to it by tapping the ( ) to start a new chat Don’t be tempted by the full-frontal mirror selfie. resize=91" data-crop="86.08" data-mobile-crop="85.96" data-span="1" data-bfa="@o:;" Your nude could easily be traced back to your house using something called EXIF data, which is embedded in every image file and can include location.Confession time: I've been in talk therapy for more than 20 years (I started when I was 15—today I'm 37).Nope, I'm not proud of that—it's vaguely embarrassing, this commitment I've made to worship at the altar of my most deep-seated issues.
When a screenshot is detected, it blurs the name of the sender (which isn’t *super* helpful, but provides at least one line of defense).Here is the most important sexting advice of all: Only send NSFW content to people you trust.Does the recipient seem like someone who would publish your nudes as revenge or use them as blackmail?If you've ever sent or received a sext, you're not alone.In a 2013 study, about 27% of all smartphone users said they receive sexts on a regular basis, and 12% admitted to sending nudes (though the people polled may have been being coy). But it's also totally normal to want to maintain control of the way your nudes are seen and distributed.