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Sexting is classified as the act of sending sexually explicit text messages or photographs, primarily between mobiles. The expression was first prominent around 2005.
The initial identified published reference to the expression “sexting” was in a 2005 article in the Sunday Telegraph Magazine. It has since been referred to as taking place globally. It has already been noted in the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, the U.S., and Canada.
In 2008, a Virginia assistant principal was arrested for having child pornography and associated offences after he had been asked to investigate a rumored sexting incident at the high school where he worked. Upon finding a student in possession of a picture on his mobile phone that depicted the upper body of a girl wearing only underpants, her arms mostly covering her breasts, the assistant principal showed the image to the principal who advised him to keep the photo on his computer as evidence, which he did. The judge later decided that the photograph did not amount to child pornography due to the fact under Virginia law, nudity on it’s own is not sufficient to qualify an image as child pornography; the image has to be “sexually explicit”. Loudoun County Prosecutor James Plowman stands by his initial assessment of the photograph and states he would not have pursued the case if the assistant principal had agreed to resign. Instead, the assistant principal got a second mortgage on his house and spent $150,000 in attorneys’ fees to clear his name.
In Connecticut, Rep. Rosa Rebimbas introduced a bill that could decrease the penalty for “sexting” between 2 consenting minors in 2009. The bill will make it a Class A misdemeanor for children under 18 to transmit or receive texts with other minors that include nude or sexual pictures. It is currently a felony for children to send this kind of messages, and violators might wind up on the state’s sex offender registry.
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