Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Sexting ring in central Virginia raises question of teen awareness

Over 100 teenagers have been implicated in a “sexting ring” in central Virginia, in Louisa county, which happened to be the site of the 2011 earthquake.
    
Authorities said that at least three or four teens would be charged.    WJLA has the news story from the AP on April 8, here. Teens seem unaware that they actually are possessing and transmitting child pornography, as the law views it.

Louisa County, around Mineral, is a quiet rural area and the home of several “intentional communities”.  It is between Culpeper, Charlottesville and Richmond, and a nuclear power plant is nearby.   
  

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