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But judges and prosecutors need to understand that a lifetime of cyberhumiliation shouldn't be grounds for a lifelong real criminal record.
chained_bear commented on the word cyberhumiliation
"The argument for hammering every such case seems to be that sending naked pictures might have serious consequences, so let's charge these kids with felonies, which will surely have serious consequences....
"Parents need to remind their teens that a dumb moment can last a lifetime in cyberspace. But judges and prosecutors need to understand that a lifetime of cyberhumiliation shouldn't be grounds for a lifelong criminal record."
—Dahlia Lithwick, "Teens, Nude Photos and the Law," Newsweek, Feb. 23, 2009, 18.
February 20, 2009