Communications Division Broadcasting & Telecommunication (Quality of Service) Regulations Consultation Paper :: Radio Communication Interference Complaint Form :: National Frequency Band Plan - 20 - 3100 MHz Using a cell phone to send and receive text messages and/or images, is very similar to using e-mail or instant messaging and some of the same safety rules apply.
Once you do that, it is anybody's guess where that image might end up!
In addition to privacy, it should also be noted that Instant Messages are transmitted as clear text, using insecure protocols and that these messages use nonstandard attachments may not be scanned for viruses.
It is important to remember that, in order for your Instant Messaging client to be secure, your computer must also be secure.
if you are not using it, put it in your pocket or your bag, out of sight and only use it in public when absolutely necessary.
The basic safety tips and rules apply for most online chat environments.