In the image, Union is captured from behind in a tan bikini, showing off her amazing body. In the image, the year-old actress looks over her shoulder and smiles back at the camera while her caption tells haters that she just couldn't be bothered with what they have to say. Niecy Nash simply responded with four peach emojis, while Queen Latifah said, "Cake! Both Nash and Latifah were likely referring to Union's perky behind. Meanwhile, Octavia Spencer commented on Union's message to her haters saying, "Yessss.
Share 53 shares Children will be able to simply say 'my phone won't allow me to take that picture'. Even though it won't save an inappropriate image, the phone can be setup to send a pixelated thumbnail to the parent along with the date, time and GPS information on where it was taken - every time they attempt to capture a naked selfie. Tone Mobile says it does not retain any of the pixelated thumbnails or images captured from the camera on any other device or server beyond the parents phone. There are a range of security features available to parents using the Smartphone Protection feature - which is already available without the nudity restriction on older phones made by the Japanese company. They include the ability to track where your child is, see what websites they visit and get warnings about changes in behaviour.