01-25-2011, 10:34 AM #1
NJ Lawmaker Aims To Clarify Child Porn Laws In “Sexting”
Take the case of the 14-year-old North Jersey girl who was arrested on child porn charges after posting salacious pics on MySpace. She could have been forced to register as a sex offender, but was given a break.
“Kids will be kids. They’ll make impulsive decisions,” notes New Jersey assemblywoman Pam Lampitt of Camden. But, she says, such bad choices can have a lasting effect.
The bill she is sponsoring would allow first offenders to enter a program in the state attorney general’s office that would teach them about the consequences of what they have done.
“Not only educating the teen but also educating the parent or guardian as well about technology, the proper uses, and the decisions that they make,” Lampitt noted.
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