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OSU students warned of videos uploaded to porn site

No faces shown of women walking around campus

CORVALLIS, Ore. - Oregon State University's Department of Public Safety sent out an alert to students Thursday to watch for a man on a mountain bike taking pictures and videos of women walking around the Corvallis campus, after dozens of such videos were uploaded to a pornography website.

More than 50 videos have been posted to a porn website over the past few weeks. OSU officials say all of them show women photographed from behind, and their faces are not shown.

Here's the notice posted to OSU's Facebook page:

"Oregon State University Corvallis campus students and community members are advised to be aware of a person walking a silver blue mountain bike and appearing to use a cell phone to record images of people walking.

"OSU’s Department of Public Safety was notified today by two members of the university community that numerous videos recorded of women walking on campus have been loaded on an internet porn site.

"The videos number more than 50, are dated to have been recorded over the past few weeks, and are all of subjects photographed from behind. There are no recognizable face images or names associated with the videos.

"Members of the campus community are urged to be aware of their surroundings and immediately report any sightings of an individual appearing to take unsolicited videos of people walking on campus or a person following others walking a silver blue mountain bike with a phone in hand. Please call the OSU Department of Public Safety non-emergency line at 541-737-3010 with any information related to this matter."


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