The difference between using these applications and traditional texting is that content is transmitted over the Internet or a data plan, allowing anyone with Internet access to participate.Kik and Whats App appeal to teens because of the anonymity of the applications.A proposed law in Colorado is raising new questions about how to punish teens who engage in sexting.The measure would downgrade the offense from a felony to a misdemeanor, but some worry the softer penalty could turn more youngsters into law breakers, reports CBS News correspondent Vinita Nair.Sexting can technically count as child pornography, but a lot of prosecutors are really hesitant to use child pornography laws against teenagers."Julie Piller also has reservations about the proposed bill."I'm concerned that kids might get more widely prosecuted because it would be a lesser charge.And so people might be more willing to prosecute," she said."And so I don't think that's going to teach them the lessons we want them to learn."The proposed bill does offer some additional protections for juveniles.
“From the group of 30,000 e-mails returned to the State Department, 110 e-mails in 52 e-mail chains have been determined …Separate from those, about 2,000 additional e-mails were “up-classified” to make them Confidential; the information in those had not been classified at the time the e-mails were sent.” The admission that former Secretary of State Clinton had, indeed, sent and received classified information on her now infamous server was contrary to her repeated claims she’d done no such thing.Nonetheless, Comey chose not to recommend an indictment be issued for her arrest, leaving many scratching their heads in disbelief.most media coverage fixates on negative aspects of adolescent usage.While film cameras often required a dark room to process negatives, modern camera phones can record sexually explicit images and videos in privacy.