Students Caught Sexting In California Could Be Expelled Under New ProposalCalifornia high school students caught sexting could soon be suspended, or even expelled.
Study Shows Sexting Among Adults Is CommonHow popular is 'adult' sexting? The numbers may surprise you...
54-Year Old Santa Rosa Surgeon Sentenced To Jail For Sexting 13-Year Old GirlA Santa Rosa orthopedic surgeon was sentenced in Marin County Superior Court Wednesday to a year in jail and five years probation for arranging to meet a 13-year-old girl to commit lewd acts.
Brentwood Police Hold School Meeting On Sexting, Bullying After Middle School Girl Forced Into Sex ActsOnline bullying, kids’ access to websites and “sexting” are all topics to be covered by Brentwood police Thursday night at a meeting to remind parents that their kids’ online activity has real-world consequences.
East Bay Middle-Schooler Accused Of Blackmailing Girl For Sex Acts After 'Sexting' PhotosPolice in Brentwood are investing a case of sexting after a boy allegedly forced a girl to perform sex acts after receiving sexually explicit photos of her on his cellphone.
Snapchat CEO, Ex-Stanford Student Talks About Company's GrowthEvan Spiegel dropped out of Stanford University in 2012, three classes shy of graduation, to move back to his father's house and work on Snapchat.
Pelosi Lashes Out At Weiner Over Latest Sexting RevelationsHouse Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says the behavior of Anthony Weiner is "reprehensible" and "disrespectful of women."
Larry Magid: Snapchat’s Bonus Feature Raises ConcernPhoto and video-sharing app Snapchat has a bonus feature that kids might love but parents might fear. The app automatically deletes the message seconds after it’s viewed.
Tech Report: Sexting Less Widespread Than Originally ThoughtA study by the Crimes Against Children Research Center that will appear in the January 2012 issue of Pediatrics shows that sexting among teens happens far less than previously thought.
Calif. State Senate Adds 'Sexting' To School InfractionsSo-called "sexting" would be added to the list of infractions that school officials can cite to expel students under a bill passed by the state Senate.