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New Jersey has added an extra provision to the pornography law that kicks in when the perpetrator is also a minor (and a first-time, child pornography offender).
Now, Jersey City officials said they want to raise awareness among students about the dangers of sexting.
“My intent simply was to tell people to be careful. This guy, they make a big deal out of him wearing a bracelet.
What is not generally known is that according to our understanding, he was wearing a bracelet at the time of the offense and it didn’t stop it then so we had no reasonable belief it would stop it now. It’s not proper that he’s in the community at all,” Buzby said.
Schools all over the country have been dealing with the legal and psychological consequences of sexting, defined by the State of New Jersey as "sexually suggestive or explicit pictures transmitted via cell phones"—and educators and parents are now realizing these incidents are not rare.
Twenty percent of 16 year olds and 30 percent of 17 year olds have received a sext (a sexually implicit text), according to a Pew Internet Study, and 17 percent of sexters share the explicit messages they receive, says the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy.