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Options for addressing the issue of sexting by minors

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On 27 June 2013, the Senate appointed the Select Committee on Cyber Safety to inquire into and report, by 30 August 2013, on options for addressing the issue of sexting by minors. In June 2011, the Joint Select Committee tabled its interim report High-Wire Act: Cyber-Safety and the Young. The report included an examination of the issue of sexting by minors in the context of cyber bullying among young people. The report highlighted that sexting can pose significant risks for young people, and that further research is needed to understand the motives behind this behaviour and develop effective intervention strategies.


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