Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into Sexting

Wikipedia defines sexting as ‘the act of sending sexually explicit messages or photographs, primarily between mobile phones’.

The Victorian Law Reform Committee is now calling for submissions for its inquiry into sexting.  Yesterday’s Age contained this advertisement:

This is an opportunity for parents, students, teachers and the wider community to have their say. Please note that most submissions are public, but on application, submissions can be made without identification. Submissions close Friday 15 June. See more information on the Parliament’s  Inquiry into Sexting site.

Read previous iQ articles on sexting:

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