By Anneta Konstantinides For Dailymail. A Boston high school has been hit with a nude photo scandal after photos featuring up to 50 female students in 'varying degrees of undress' were posted on Dropbox. Police said many of the photos of the Duxbury High School students appear to be selfies and said the girls' names also appeared on the Dropbox page, which has since been shut down. A student who feared she was on the list informed school officials of the page's existence the file sharing and storage website on Wednesday. Investigators immediately had the San Francisco-based company take the page down, and have since served a search warrant on the site to determine through forensic testing who created the page in the first place.
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Fox News Flash top headlines for June 2 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews. An artist commissioned a nude protest in New York City on Sunday which sought to highlight Instagram and Facebook's ban on photos showing female nipples. Instagram and Facebook allow photos of male nipples on their sites, but not female. In response, artist Spencer Tunick organized a group of male and female models posing naked holding large photos of nipples near the Astor Place subway station in Manhattan.