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CyberSexting: Consequences are Still Severe for Youth

Today, another headline out of Michigan: Students Sentenced to Probation; Phones Taken Away in Social Media Sex Case, (http://www.dailytribune.com/general-news/20150319/students-sentenced-to-probation-phones-taken-away-in-social-media-sex-case), is yet another cautionary tale, in spite of the recent legislation that is intended to relieve some of the more lasting criminal consequences young people face when they are caught cybersexting or cyberbullying.

A few weeks …

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A Look into Senate Bill 407 — What Are Schools Required to Do?

Senate Bill 407 (SB 407) became effective on September 1, 2011, but what does it say and what does it have to do with schools?

The Backstory: As cell phone usage has become incredibly widespread (the average age of a child receiving a cell phone is 10 years old), a whole new wave of communicating …

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