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'So You Got Naked Online': ACMA launches sexting guide
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The Unthinkable: Teen’s sexting can lead to child pornography charges
Right now, if someone under 18 snaps a naked photo of themselves in Australia, they are creating child pornography. They can be arrested, charged, and prosecuted as a sex offender. Youth Action wants to change that law. The NSW-based youth support group believes teens are being criminalised because the law is lagging behind technology. They point out that victims of revenge porn are too scared to go to the police because they have already, technically, broken the law by sending a cheeky nude.
Nude photo scandals have become the lifeblood of Hollywood, with celebrities of all ages falling into the 'sexting' trap, but a growing number of Australian teens are breaking the law and risking social rejection by emulating them. Experts say few teens appear to grasp that they can be charged under tough laws created for paedophiles - or branded as registered child sex offenders - just for sending or even possessing naked images of themselves or other under-age teens. Only last week a Mackay teenager was spared prosecution for possessing a photo of a topless year-old girl on his phone by a judge after he was charged with possessing child exploitation material.