by Peg Rusconi | WBZTV | March 30, 2009

A group of high school students involved in the practice of “sexting”- the action of sending sexual pictures or text via cell phone, could face criminal charges for disseminating child pornography. The students could be charged for getting and forwarding the sex video of two underage students.


CMCH Director, Dr. Michael Rich, argues that today’s kids are very adept in the interactive Web and technology, which combined with sexual curiosity may lead to sexting.


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