She said the officer’s initial reluctance, and his “sender beware” suggestion to them, was “rape culture victim blaming.”Stanley did not return a call Wednesday for further comment.Clarke said the site’s Pictou County portal has been taken down, although she doesn’t know by who.

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The ban remains technically in place but unbiased reports about the case will not be subject to prosecution.

HALIFAX — A web site featuring intimate images of women from one Nova Scotia region, apparently posted without their consent, has been taken down amid an RCMP investigation. Jennifer Clarke said Wednesday a woman in Pictou County complained to the force that the site had posted an intimate image without consent.

The report traced Parson’s history through the school system.

She was transferred from Cole Harbour District High School, to Dartmouth High School, to Prince Andrew High School to Citadel High School.

Afterwards, many in school called Parsons a "slut" and she received text messages and Facebook messages from people requesting to have sex with her.

The alleged rape went unreported for several days until Parsons broke down and told her family, who contacted an emergency health team and the police.

Following the suicide, Rehtaeh Parsons's mother, Leah Parsons, went public with the story and started a memorial Facebook page Rehtaeh's funeral on April 13 was attended by 500 people, including Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter, who said he came "first and foremost as a father trying to imagine what kind of incredible, unfathomable grief could be visited upon a family." After her suicide, posters appeared locally in support of the boys who allegedly attacked Parsons.

The RCMP expressed concern that the posters might lead to vigilantism, although they did not name the accused.

Although an officer initially told her no crime had been committed, he looked into recent Criminal Code changes and has launched an investigation, Clarke said.“Initially, we said there’s no expectation of privacy when sharing an intimate image, and then he realized a little bit later that there was an expectation of privacy pursuant to this new section of the code, 162.1.”Enacted last year, that section prohibits the sharing of intimate images without consent.

Pictou County resident Kayde Stanley said on Facebook she and a friend learned about the site because she and others had been asked for photos.

According to an RCMP report, in March 2013, six boys, including some of Parsons' accused rapists, had an angry argument with three other boys.