24 November 2011

"Sexting" and Internet Crimes in Colorado

With the prevalence and speed of the Internet and mobile devices, racy photos and conversation are often shared via email, chat or text. Colorado has tough legislation that targets sexual exploitation of children that occurs over electronic media. Internet sex crimes have gained notoriety following various political scandals.
In a recent case, a 37-year-old Colorado Springs school board member was accused of sending text messages to a 14-year-old boy. The text messages discovered by the boy's sister were sexual in nature and referenced oral sex. The messages started after a summer trip the boy attended with the school board member and her family.
Several high profile sexting cases have brought this issue to the nation's awareness. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children tracks the national scope of the problem. Research indicates that one in five girls and one in 10 boys will be sexually victimized before they reach adulthood.
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