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Morris Fodeman, a former federal prosecutor in Brooklyn, said it’s a federal crime “to knowingly send obscene material through the mail or over the internet to a minor under the age of 16 years of age.” Anthony Weiner allegedly sexted with 15-year-old girl “There has been much debate in the courts over the years about what constitutes ‘obscene,’ but certainly if the description of these chats is accurate and he knew the person he was chatting with was under 16, there may be criminal exposure here for Mr. Criminal and matrimonial lawyers said they expect police and the city Administration for Children’s Services to be more aggressive now that Weiner may be interacting with a minor.
ACS started investigating Weiner last month after another of his sexting partners shared a picture he sent her of him aroused in his underwear as his young son slept next to him.
In addition to thinking about how your child will use a screen, it's also important to pay attention to screen time is okay. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends keeping all screens off around babies and toddlers younger than 18 months.
They say a little screen time can be okay for older toddlers, and children 2 and older should get no more than an hour of screen time per day.
Sure, they talked on the phone or maybe sent the occasional letter, but the core of their relationship centered on face-to-face interactions.
A subtle shift seems to be occurring in today’s dating relationships and it warrants our attention.
It’s tough to take a public stand for the rights of pedos. Yesterday, a Louisiana federal judge struck down a state law barring sex offenders from Facebook and other social media.The 15-year-old has reportedly not gone to police over the texts, but Robert Gottlieb, a former prosecutor who is now a prominent criminal defense lawyer, said the police "have discretion about what to do" and "the fact that there is no complaint filed does not prevent the police from investigating." Anthony Weiner admits he's facing Children's Services probe Gottlieb said that wouldn’t stop cops from getting involved.Police “have discretion about what to do” and “the fact that there is no complaint filed does not prevent the police from investigating.” He added that both the cops and ACS are mandated under state law to investigate "if there is any evidence that a child could be in jeopardy." Harriet Cohen, a seasoned matrimonial lawyer, said high school kids as a group are increasingly "extreme graphic" on the internet, indulging in "risque behavior at younger and younger ages" — and Weiner was "acting in the role of predator" with this stream of texts.And they start young: Sixteen percent start before they're 3 months old, and 50 percent by age 7 months.Overall, as many as 1 in 5 watch more than three hours a day.