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(MyFox Atlanta)   Ric Romero reporting from Atlanta: Kids may be getting risque material on cell phones   ( myfoxatlanta.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Ric Romero, July 4th  
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2012-07-15 03:57:07 AM  
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2012-07-15 02:45:01 AM  
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We had a discussion going about kids not needing smartphones until they were older. One couple disagreed, saying that it was Ok to give a 12-year-old one.

One of our group grabbed said 12-year-old's phone from him and dug through his chats and pictures to show his parents how wrong they were.

2012-07-15 01:36:26 AM  
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Attention public : your children are goddamned morons with less sense than that possessed by a drunk rabid possum standing on the side of the interstate. Technology now allows them to multiply their amazing dumberfarkery at an exponential rate.
2012-07-15 12:56:48 AM  
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Some children appear to be taking risqué pictures of themselves and hashtagging (#) them with keywords like #naked or #hottie. They then upload them to sites where anyone, including strangers, could view them. Those viewers can then like them or comment on them.

Your children may not be doing this on purpose, and there is a way to make them aware of the practice.

Uh sure, they don't know what naked means unless they've been exposed to it
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