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“If I see a phone out now, it doesn’t matter what excuse you give me.I’m voiding that test because [cheating] is too easy,” Bendinelli said.Belmont said when she was giving a presentation to a bunch of young girls interested in STEM two weeks ago, she received a bizarre meme Air Dropped to her computer mid-talk. It’s not unheard of for kids to blast out nudes (of themselves or others) and porn.Some kids bully one another by distributing compromising or unflattering photos of their classmates.It’s like starting a big group chat with everyone around you that stops as soon as you walk away.This weekend I was exposed to the new phenomena where teens airdrop random pictures to each other when they’re waiting around for concerts to start. This is some of my haul from the Charli XCX show: pic.twitter.com/0Xnm Am IHOW — Signe Pierce (@sigggnasty) March 20, 2018Ryan says the moment she and her friends step into a model-UN competition or wait for a concert to start, they get the Air Drop going.
Many adults use Air Drop to share files one-on-one, but teens have embraced mass image sharing via Air Drop for years.
— i Pad Shuffle (@100sportscars) January 15, 2019The photos swapped are usually memes or odd pictures teens find on Google Images.
“It’s a very specific type of pic that gets Air Dropped,” says Henry, a 16-year-old in Pennsylvania.
But Bendinelli said most of the images students drop to one another aren’t anything problematic. I would estimate 80 percent of Air Drops at school are memes and fun things to pass around.
It’s like a chat room where some people are anonymous, some have names attached,” he said.