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Could your minor child be prosecuted for sexting?

Teenagers have embraced digital technologies in ways that many adults will never fully understand. Sexting, the sending of sexually explicit pictures, is a way teenagers are connecting with each other. When it comes to consenting adults over the age of 18, sexting is generally legal. In contrast, pictures of children under the age of 18 are considered child pornography. Teenagers who send and receive nude or sexual pictures of each other could be charged with a serious crime. 

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