Could Your Teen's "Sexting" be a Serious Crime?

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As if parents didn't already have enough to worry about, technology is now making the world of teenage sexuality even more complicated and treacherous. Recently six Pennsylvania teens were arrested on child pornography charges after they exchanged risque picture messages of themselves via cell phone. If found guilty, the teens could be forced to register as sex offenders. Where do we draw the line between protecting our children and unjustly punishing teens for misguided but innocent flirting? Fox legal analyst Kimberly Guilfoyle discusses:


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