Sexting is the act of sending explicit images to another person using digital devices. It becomes illegal when the subject in the photos is a minor. Virginia law creates a presumption that the image is of a minor when the person in the image either appears to be a minor or is depicted in a way that makes the person appear to be a minor. Alexandria, Arlington and Fairfax police are presently cracking down on sexting by teenagers. Junior high and high school students are being investigated and charged for possession of child pornography, distribution of child pornography, and creation of child pornography from acts that these students, who are minors themselves, engage in without realizing the legal consequences. The problem is that the subjects in the photos are students themselves, thus making the creation, possession, and sharing of these images illegal.
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You are now logged in. Forgot your password? Police are investigating as many as a dozen teenagers at two separate schools in Falls Church, Virginia, as part of an ever-widening sexting inquiry. Police seized five cell phones and have recovered multiple "explicit images" that students shared with each other on Snapchat and via text messages, according to The Washington Post. The investigation began when Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School's school resource officer—the cop charged with keeping the peace on campus—learned that students had been filming fights and possibly circulating nude photos.
Nude photos, lewd text messages, and other intimate visual and written material on cell phones and smartphones are becoming a hot topic in the media. While this may result in serious consequences for adults if caught, teenage sexting poses even greater problems. According to GuardChild.