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In today's increasingly web-oriented, digital world, it's easy to forget that posting photographs and other sensitive information can come back to haunt you. Between the dangers of sexting , virtual relationships gone awry, and general overexposure, the internet can become a very inhospitable place for some people. Read on to learn how the following individuals all suffered real-life consequences for uploading racy photographs online, and remember, the internet is forever. In , twenty-six year-old Firewoman Clare Deloughrey posed for a series of racy photographs for a photographer friend. In the pictures, Deloughrey is shown coming home from her job as a volunteer firefighter, smoke detector installer, and safety counselor in her uniform with black soot on her face. She then slowly removed her uniform, showered, and tried on sexy lingerie while the photographer snapped hundreds of photos, some of which were topless. The images were then put online on the photographer's website, where a fellow firefighter happened to see them and alerted their employer. Deloughrey's employer, Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service, immediately launched an investigation and eventually fired the young mother of one. Their complaint was not that Deloughrey had posed nude for the pictures, but that their logo had been featured in some of the images and they feared that their brand had been used without permission. Though Deloughrey complained that the decision was sexist because male firefighters often pose shirtless for calendars and other promotional materials, legally her employer was in the right.