An Israeli-run website has been publishing schoolgirl selfies stolen from social media networks on pornographic websites, an investigation has exposed. Thousands of photos, many of which are of children in school uniform, appear alongside pornographic contents. The website has been also publishing photographs of older teenagers and adults stolen from their social media accounts, with erotic titles and tags, all without the owners’ consent. Heather Adair, 23, was one of the victims with 18 of her personal photos published. She said that she could not have a “life online” anymore after her privacy was completely invaded. “I feel sick knowing that this has happened. My privacy has been completely invaded and I feel so violated. It's disgusting. I feel like I can't even have a life online now because of people doing this,” she added. Her pictures were among millions of others’ on the website which is run from Israel and its servers are located in the Netherlands. READ ALSO: Sex crimes went up at US colleges