A New Jersey teen has been accused of child pornography after posting nearly 30 explicit nude pictures of herself on MySpace. Myspace has a team that reviews the network for innapropriate content, and they tipped off the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, causing quite a bit of hub-bub. Did i mention that this girl is 14?
The mother of the New Jersey girl whose death inspired Megan's Law is criticizing prosecutors who charge teenagers with child porn for distributing nude photos of themselves. Maureen Kanka said Thursday that the prosecutors are harming the children more than helping them. Her comments came as authorities in Passaic County charged a year-old girl with child pornography for posting nude photos of herself on MySpace.
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As part of a plea deal Monday, year-old Alex Phillips of La Crosse had charges of possession of child pornography, sexual exploitation of a child and defamation dismissed, but they may be considered when he is sentenced in La Crosse County Circuit Court. The criminal complaint said charges were filed after police learned about the two nude photos on the MySpace page in May. By Pioneer Press news pioneerpress. Prosecutors agreed to recommend three years of probation.
The case comes as prosecutors nationwide pursue child pornography cases resulting from kids sending nude photos to one another over cell phones and e-mail. Legal experts, though, could not recall another case of a child porn charge resulting from a teen's posting to a social networking site. The office investigated and discovered the Clifton resident had posted the "very explicit" photos of herself, sheriff's spokesman Bill Maer said Thursday.
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A backdoor in MySpace's architecture allows anyone who's interested to see the photographs of some users with private profiles — including those under 16 — despite assurances from MySpace that those pictures can only be seen by people on a user's friends list. Info about the backdoor has been circulating on message boards for months. Since the glitch emerged last fall, it has spawned a cottage industry of ad-supported websites that make it easy to access the photographs, spurring self-described pedophiles and run-of-the-mill voyeurs to post photos pilfered from private MySpace accounts.
Updated: July 26, pm. The case comes as prosecutors nationwide pursue child pornography cases resulting from kids sending nude photos to one another over cell phones and e-mail. MySpace would not comment on the New Jersey investigation, but the company has a team that reviews its network for inappropriate images.
Well, I didn't know masturbation was now deemed rape! Sorry, I couldn't resist. This is completely absurd though, just delete her account.