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Technology advances so quickly today, it's sometimes difficult for people to keep up with the latest trends and devices but it's important for parents to know what their children are doing online. In fact, two of teenage nuds most common concerns voiced by parents today are about Sexting and Cyberbullying. The term 'Sexting' is a combination of the words sex and texting. It is the sending or receiving explicit electronic messages, containing nude or semi-nude photos or videos. Our primary objective is to protect children and teens from being exploited, harmed, embarrassed or bullied by adults or other youth through the creation and distribution of these images, videos or other content.
The child pornography sections of the Criminal Code of Canada are intended to prevent the sexual exploitation of young people. More information is available about Child Pornography.
Sexting: teens and technology
In many cases where nude photos have been sent to large s of people, it was an ex-partner who distributed the photos. Apps applications or downloadable programs like Snapchat, Instagram, Vine or KIK Messenger, just a few examplesteenage nuds a few of the many ways that people are creating and sharing content these days.
But many apps and other social media sites give the user a false impression that they have full control over who will see their content and how it will be used. Although the issue involves mostly teens, it could affect anyone and there can be criminal consequences for those who send, receive or have these photos in their possession, including parents who may not know what is stored on their electronic device.
Sexting can also lead to cyberbullying and a range of mental health issues including depression and suicide. The best thing you can do to help your child prevent any unwanted situations is to participate in your child's life and set expectations.
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What teenagers wish their parents knew about sexting
Sexting The term 'Sexting' is a combination of the words sex and texting. Why do teens sext? Sexting and the Law Although the issue involves mostly teens, it could affect anyone and there can be criminal consequences for those who send, receive or have these photos in their possession, including parents who may not know what is stored on their electronic device.
When it involves nude images of people under the age of 18, sexting may violate Canadian Child Pornography laws. This is an especially important consideration for anyone who is considering sending photos to other people that they have received. What Parents Can Do The best thing you can do to help your child prevent any unwanted situations is to participate in your child's life and set expectations. Spend quality time with your child and get involved in their pastimes.
Get to know your child's friends and their families. Ask questions about where your child is going, with who and what they'll be doing. If need be, challenge your children's whereabouts or activities. Monitor their cellphone usage and social media platforms e.
Twitter, Facebook, Snap chat, Instagram etc. Ask them to show you what they do when they're online - what sites do they visit?
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What content are they searching? Who are they messaging or texting? Be a positive role model and set the right example. Personal Safety Toggle Section.