The new law means adolescents caught sharing explicit photos with each other will no longer risk charges, prison sentences and a damaging criminal record. New Mexico teenagers can now exchange nude photos without fear of criminal prosecution under a new bill that legalizes sexting and could have national implications for laws on child abuse images. Researchers have also found that a majority of adolescents are unaware of the potentially serious legal consequences of sexting. Prosecutors previously could also file separate charges for each individual image, meaning teens who rapidly exchanged dozens of photos via texts or other smartphone messaging applications could potentially be sentenced to significant prison sentences, said Rikki-Lee Chavez, legislative coordinator for the New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, which also supported the measure.
New Mexico teens can now legally sext each other and exchange nude photos
Child Pornography Laws in United States | Copenhaver, Ellett & Derrico
Nude photos, lewd text messages, and other intimate visual and written material on cell phones and smartphones are becoming a hot topic in the media. While this may result in serious consequences for adults if caught, teenage sexting poses even greater problems. According to GuardChild. An even larger percentage of teens — 39 percent — have sent suggestive text messages, emails, or instant messages IMs.
Mexican senator goes TOPLESS during government Zoom meeting after not realising the camera was on
By Chris Jewers For Mailonline. A Mexican senator was caught topless during a government video meeting last week after getting changed in front of the camera without realising it was on. The incident occurred during an official meeting on zoom, a measure taken by the Mexican government during the coronavirus pandemic to avoid unnecessary risk of contagion. According to local media, the meeting was attended by at least 15 senators from the left-wing National Regeneration Movement political party who convened with the governor of the Bank of Mexico and press representatives. Micher, 66, explained the incident in an open letter she shared online saying: 'Yesterday an unfortunate incident occurred during a virtual meeting with fellow senators about the current economic situation in Mexico and strategies to confront the 'new normal' over the coming months.
Women fed up with being forced to cover up their breasts and nipples are challenging American laws about nudity and sparking a debate about the country's attitude to the naked female form. The year-old was charged with indecent exposure after she played Frisbee topless in her fiance's front yard. She had thought that the law in Colorado had changed and she was safe to take her shirt off when she got hot and sweaty during the game - after all her fiance had removed his top too. They were equal, right?