THE PENTAGON -- The Defense Department is investigating online outlets through which Marines shared nude photographs of women, including fellow Marines -- some taken without their knowledge.
CBS News has learned the investigation has spread to all branches of the military. Business Insider first reported that the scandal is broader than it initially appeared to be in early reports.
The website titled Anon-IB first gained notoriety for publishing nude photos of celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence. But it also contains a message board for military personnel where men from all branches of the military exchange comments and nude photos of female service members, sometimes identifying them by name and/or duty station.
Read the full story at CBS News.