'Sexting' becoming a problem among children

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April 5, 2013, 8:06 am
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(NECN: Jackie Bruno) - The consequences of sexting can be serious, but it’s not stopping teens from doing it.

Kids as early as in middle school have been known to sext. But it’s not so easy to get rid of as people think. Once it’s online, or in the wrong hands, it may be impossible to get rid of.

“The Internet is forever, photos are forever,” said one student.

Jackie Bruno has more.

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