UCD’s student newspaper, the College Tribune, reported that up to 200 students are members of a private Facebook group used to share stories about and rate photos of young women.

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In a statement, UCD said: “Following the appearance of an article in a student newspaper, the university has launched an investigation into the alleged behaviour of a group of students on a Facebook groupchat.” An investigation is under way at University College Dublin following reports that male students allegedly shared explicit images of women they had sexual relations with.

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“The university is doing everything it can to establish the facts around the existence of this Facebook group.

This includes contacting all students in the faculty and asking anyone who has any information to come forward in confidence as a matter of urgency.

“Breaches of the student code may result in sanctions up to and including expulsion from the university.” A post on the UCD students’ union Facebook page signed by UCD student leaders Marcus O’Halloran and Hazel Beattie has condemned the alleged sharing of photos without the consent of women allegedly involved.