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A student, who was expelled from school for refusing to surrender his cell phone, is now suing the school. Credit: Getty Images "They can have my cell phone -- with saucy pictures of my ex-girlfriend -- when they pry it from my cold, ...Catholic school faces lawsuit after student refuses to hand over cell phone.
Students in California can face expulsion for sexting. Credit: Getty Images Good thing for Rep. Anthony Weiner he is only a member of Congress. If he was a middle school student in California, this sexting business could get him in ...Congressman Weiner could be a big trouble if he were a California school student.
A Florida school district is being sued by the parents of an eighth grade student who committed suicide in 2009, after being harassed by classmates due to a sexting incident, Reuters reports. The news service says Donna and Charles Witsell ...Parents of an eighth grader who committed suicide is now suing the school district.
Do you know what your teens are texting? Credit: Getty Images "Oh, life is a glorious cycle of song, a medley of extemporanea. And love is a thing that can never go wrong ... and I am Marie of Romania." -- Dorothy Parker Love is ...Teen sexting case prompts discussion for parents and kids.
Don't even think about sexting. Credit: Getty Sigh. What has happened to Texas? State law makes it illegal for teenagers to send sexually explicit text messages, but the offenders are not executed. Texas is usually the state ...Texas may try educating sexting teens rather than stringing them up.
We hope our children's photos are this innocent. Credit: Getty Images Most teens today are comfortable with documenting their lives online. Posting photos, updating their status messages, sharing rapid-fire texts, and being a click ...Get the entire scoop on what your teen may be doing.
Your iPhone can now be sext-free. Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty ImagesGee, adults are sooo smart. They came up with a way to block teenagers from "sexting" -- that is, sending sexually explicit text messages -- on their cell phones. Ha! ...Oh, yeah, kids will never outwit this latest attempt to clean up their text messages
Call it a day -- cell phones just aren't for kids. Credit: jupiterimagesToday's conventional wisdom seems to dictate that "cell phone" should be right there on the back-to-school shopping list along with markers, crayons and new shoes, but ...
Posing for a photograph, which then becomes the subject of a "sext," is not a criminal offense, according to the federal court of appeals. The court finalized its first ruling concerning "sexting" earlier this week, The New York Times reports. This ...
Rhode Island legislators want to teach young people some cell phone propriety. Credit: Getty Images. Teenagers in Rhode Island who send sexually suggestive photos and videos of themselves on their cell phones are considered child ...
Texting is ubiquitous in Canada, and growing every day. In September 2009, Canadians sent approximately 100 million text messages per day, and text message volumes have been doubling every year since text messaging was introduced in 2002. But when it ...
Sending sexual text messages and photos -- or "sexting" -- on cell phones clearly is not a good idea. And if kids in Canada can't figure that out for themselves, their schools will help them. The Vancouver Sun in British Columbia reports that 100 ...