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Imagine growing up in a world where maybe 5-10% of students in your class graduate with a felony criminal sex offender record that will haunt them for their entire lives for having exchanged naked photos or video of themselves with their bf/gf while under the age of 15 or 16 via cheap, ubiquitous technology and expensive yet still ubiquitous surveillance… that’s America in 5 years.
And that’s Web 3.0. Papers, please.
From The Telegraph:
One in five teens engage in ‘tech sex’
One in five teenagers say they have sent naked or partially-clothed images of themselves to someone by email or mobile phone, according to a poll in America.