Disgruntled exes are like two-year-old babies in the sense that you can’t always predict what they’ll do next. One minute they’re calling you at 2:00 a.m., the next they’re posting your naked photos online. The first one is easily dealt with—block his number, change yours, or ignore the calls completely. The second one is out of your hands. Twitter, however, is hoping to change all that with its new policy.

According to TIME.com, Twitter users are no longer allowed to post nude or sexually explicit photos without the subject’s consent. Over the recent months, the social media site has beefed up its policies, allowing users to flag abusive tweets among others.

It doesn’t necessarily solve the problem, but it’s a start.

See something that you know is violating someone else’s privacy on Twitter? Report him or her ASAP. Use these forms and do your part to make the cyber world a little safer for everybody.  

In the middle of a messy breakup? Here are a few articles to help you move on and make peace.

The Single Girl’s Guide to Breakups
Get through the worst of the transition period by doing a life cleanse. Clear your space of anything that reminds you of the relationship, cut your ties even on social media, and make an appointment with your rebound guy.

This Is Why Most Breakups Are Messy
Everyone wants an amicable split, but more often than not, breakups are messy and sometimes, downright ugly. Why? It’s all in your brain’s chemicals.

10 Things to Do While Moving on from a Breakup
You’re suddenly single again. What can you do in between crying your heart out and binge-watching Nicholas Sparks movies? Plenty, actually!

Art: Mike Dee

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