This is where they use their Smartphone devices to video record themselves naked and then they send it as a text message to the other person.
The danger with this is the recipient now has that video saved on their phone, which means they can send it to other people who were not intended to receive it.
According to a recent AP-MTV survey of 1,247 14-to-24 year olds, 50% have experienced some form of digital abuse, including spreading lies, violation of trust, and digital disrespect.
Another astounding finding of that survey is that 76% say digital abuse is a serious problem for people their age.
This form of cyber sex is what inspired people to use their Smartphones for sending sexual videos and messages.
According to the AP-MTV survey, 56% of those who have been bullied reported that they were “very” or “extremely” upset the most recent time they were targeted.The internet has come a long way in the world of sex chat rooms and free sex cams.It used to be that people would meet in a chat room and then talk dirty to each other.The AP-MTV survey found that 8% of cyberbulllying victims and 12% of sexting victims have considered ending their own life compared to 3% of people who have not been bullied and were not involved in sexting.It’s also interesting to note that according to the AP-MTV survey, only about half (51%) of young people say they have thought the idea that things they post online could come back to hurt them later.So cyberbullying is not some insignificant problem experienced by few.Cyberbullying is widespread, your children are aware of it, they understand how it happens and yet they are not aware of or concerned with the consequences of such actions.” The quick answer to that is “it depends.” As far as sex messaging through your Smartphone goes, avoid doing that at all costs.Not only are your videos saved, but your text messages are saved as well.According to a 2001 fact sheet on juvenile bullying produced by the the U. Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice and delinquency Prevention, victims of schoolyard bullying fear going to school and experience loneliness, humiliation, and insecurity. Paper based on a program presented at the American Counseling Association Annual Conference and Exposition, Charlotte, NC.Moreover, they tend to struggle with poor relationships and have difficulty making emotional and social adjustments.