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The top court in Maryland ruled this week that a teen who sent a sexually explicit cellphone video of herself to two friends violated state child pornography law. The teen, referred to in court papers as SK, did not have to register as a sex offender but was ordered to undergo electronic monitoring and probation, which required drug tests and anger management classes as well as permission to leave the state. The decision, which upheld a decision from a lower Maryland appeals court, means other minors who engage in sexting could face similar legal repercussions. This page decision stemmed from an incident at a high school several years ago.
As Khaseen Morris lay on the pavement outside a Long Island strip mall Monday night with a fatal stab wound to his chest following a violent brawl, a group of about 50 teens stood by instead of helping the year-old boy, police said. The fight broke out in Oceanside, New York, and was captured on video posted on social media. Police said that 50 or more teens were present, either watching or participating in the fight and that no one came to Khaseen's aid.
Will their decisions lead to common ground or digital drama? Five teens find out how much information an Internet researcher is able to find out about them online. Setting your page to private is smart and a step in the right direction -- but who's on your friends list?
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