Australian police e-mailed child porn to some 1,800 schools across the state of New South Wales. The images of three young girls, which were found during an investigation, were sent to the schools for help in identifying the victims. But the software used to crop the photos didn't work they way they thought, and the full images remained in many of the files. They are asking recipients to destroy the files or not to even open them if they haven't already.
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