NSPCC Publishes English Sexting Research

The National Society For The Prevention of Cruelty to Children in England, released their most recent research into sexting by teenagers in England and the Daily Mail followed it up in their long weekend edition. It’s unfortunate that they pushed it as part of their “Block Online Porn” campaign without pointing out that the teens themselves were sending the images and the NSPCC itself also seems to be glossing over the personal responsibility aspect, since as with American law, the sender can also be prosecuted.

That article is here and the NSPCC’s sexting research available as two PDF documents on their site. If that direct link produces a 404 Error, then access them by by searching on the term “sexting” on the homepage and going to the reports marked 25th August 2012.


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