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Tag: "sexting"

Sexting Goes Mainstream

Sexting Goes Mainstream

| November 17, 2010 | Comments (1)

Sexting is no secret to anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock for the last five years. It’s becoming more problematic every day as more and more kids are given smart phones but not the education and rules that should come with it. Today, you can turn on your TV and see that sexting […]

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Apple’s Anti-Sexting Application Has Potential, but Can’t Replace Parents

Apple’s Anti-Sexting Application Has Potential, but Can’t Replace Parents

| November 4, 2010 | Comments (2)

You may have heard of Apple’s recent patent on a technology that will allow the company to censor incoming and outgoing “sext” messages on the iPhone. And though it’s only an idea at this point, it’s a noteworthy one considering the exponential effect it can have, granted that it works the way that Apple intends […]

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Sexting – The Slippery Slope

Sexting – The Slippery Slope

| August 17, 2010 | Comments (0)

How slippery?  Slippery enough that lawmakers from all over the country are unsure about what kind of laws they should have to govern sexting.  Some states label it as illegal and even put it in the same category as child pornography (20 states); while other states feel that the punishment shouldn’t be nearly as harsh.  […]

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Sexting 101

Sexting 101

| April 28, 2010 | Comments (0)

Under the umbrella that is cyberbullying is another form of technological misuse–sexting.  Sexting is something that anyone who owns a cell phone with a camera, can engage in if they choose. The term “sexting” is wordplay on exactly what it entails, sending sexual images via text-messaging services from one person to another. The viral affect […]

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