The Australian Government will introduce a bill in parliament today to impose penalties on those who share intimate images without consent.
Closely monitoring your child's mobile phone or tablet use is a contentious issue. But if it is something you believe you should be doing and you trust an overseas company with your child's communications data and metadata, then the TeenSafe monitoring software is now available in Australia.
Victoria is set to introduce new sexting laws in a bid to bring them up to date with modern technology, and ensure teens won't be placed on the sex offenders register.
Hide your kids - a new report this week from the US is showing 44% of 18- to 24-year-olds with smartphones have received a "sexually suggestive nude or nearly nude photo."
Snappy app Snapchat has answered its critics, with $100 million in new funding and an estimated $1 billion valuation.
Sext is popular, but sext is not good, if 'everybody' does it, doesn't mean you should'¦
Far out! Microsoft's new Kin mobile phones have a scene in which a young man took a picture of his breast and seemingly sexted it over to a laughing lass, but with sexting a big scandal, has Microsoft's kooky Kin commercial cooked up a suspicious amount of crafty controversy?
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