Sexting Among Kids Is On the Rise
Findings Of New Study Published In JAMA Pediatrics
According to an April 2018 JAMA Pediatrics study, sexting among children is on the rise. Here are the findings: 14.8% of respondents sent a sext; 27.4% of respondents received a sext; 12.0% of respondents forwarded a sext without consent; and 8.4% of respondents sent a sext that was fowarded by the recipient without respondent's consent.
If you have questions about the potential consequences your child may face for sexting, contact a knowledgeable school law attorney. Call David Saxe of Saxe Law LLC today at (224) 800-1351 to schedule a consultation.
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