Meanwhile, we have actual rapists and actual child molesters serving half their sentence and out on parole because the prisons are overcrowded with nonviolent drug offenders. Good idea in principle but prone to false positives. Mindysan33 September 4,3: Prosecutorial discretion is a thing. School admins rarely have access to cutting-edge forensics, which gives you quite a lot of space to play in. Those kind of photo apps already exist - a quick hunt through the App Store will turn a few options with real and dummy passwords leading to different libraries etc.
Possibly also send a wireless request to the other app with a request to also destroy the data.
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A witch, heareth me all?! Also to not allow retracting of the destroy-data-and-protect-others decision under the pressure from the prosecutor or another kind of rubberhose-grade persuasion. For such cases, possibly use a duress code that behaves exactly like the normal password, but securely destroys the data that should be hidden. In school the administrators are in charge, they are allowed to search, they are allowed to question they have the fewest safe guards in place of any state investigator. MikeTheBard September 7, Possibly having them encrypted in advance, and then just delete the files. LDoBe September 5,6: