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Sexting and the Law

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This lesson explores what the law says in relation to the sending of sexually explicit images by those aged under 18. The lesson examines two scenarios of young people involved in the sending of such messages and asks students to consider the potential consequences of their behaviour. The lesson can be run as a standalone...
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