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Sexting and what teens are doing with their Phones, an article released today by NoBullying http://nobullying.com/what-is-sexting/
A new study from the University of Utah confirms that substantial numbers of teens are sexting – sending and receiving explicit sexual images via cellphone.
One in four teens actively participate in sexting, or electronically transmitting explicit images to one another, and those who do are more likely to become sexually active within the next 12 months.
A new survey from Drexel University found that many teens are blissfully, and dangerously, ignorant about the legal dangers posed by sending illicit photos, also known as sexting.
Governor Rick Scott signed four sex predator bills into law.
BOSTON, May 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- There are 43 million teens and tweens living in our country.
By participating in this event, you may walk away a little more informed, and thus be in a better position to step up to the next level of intervention either for your own family member, or just
The SentTell anti-sexting app eliminates sexting from teens.
About one in five middle-school kids are engaging in risqué behavior through text messages, according to a new study.
The application allows parents to monitor their child's smartphone by notifying them whenever photos are taken using their children's camera. San Francisco,
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