(Discovery) In the digital world, "delete," never means what it says. A Czech Republic-based security firm, Avast, said they were able to use security software to extract thousands of images, including "naked selfies," used Android phones that were supposedly wiped clean before resale.
The firm bought 20 phones on eBay and then used their security tools to access more than 40,000 photos, 750 of which were photos of women "in various stages of undress" and another 250 photos that showed male anatomy.
It wasn't just images that Avast technicians were able to find. They also found emails, text messages and Google searches.
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