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Statistics released by Kent Police show a tripling of crime reports for sexual messages between and Sharing indecent images of is illegal in the UK, even if the person doing it is themselves. Sometimes the images can be taken in a consensual relationship Teenagers often launch social media s and only grant access to them once a sexual image, video or gossip has been shared, according to ChildNet.
A Kent schoolgirl told how she was left ashamed aged 14 when sexual images of her in her underwear were posted online after being sent to a boy. The victim, now 16, spoke of how her friends then teased her to the point that she felt unable to go to school.
The widespread usage of social media with few parental controls has been said to be fuelling these activities. Today many people think it's perfectly reasonable. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.
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