On Youth Sexting, Pa. and Other States Act to Prosecute, Not Persecute
In 2009, three teenage girls at Greensburg Salem High School in Western Pennsylvania sent nude or seminude cellphone pictures of themselves to their boyfriends.
All six were charged with child pornography, a felony that carries draconian sentences and lifelong consequences such as registering as a sex offender.
Wednesday, Pennsylvania joined a growing number of states in passing a bill that would punish kids for sexting, but not...
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