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COPPA SAFE HARBOR PROGRAMS Congress enacted the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) in 1998.

Furthermore, in almost all states, adults convicted of child pornography offenses are required to register as sex offenders.

Sex offenders must provide their personal information to police officers, who may make the information public.

Between consenting adults, the private sharing of nude or suggestive photos is generally not illegal.

However, that does not mean that adults can freely engage in sexting.

Some states have enacted defenses against child pornography charges for (sometimes including kids up to 19 years old) who engage in sexting, but such defenses do not apply to older adults.

For example, one young man was charged with possessing child pornography because he had on his cell phone nude photos of his 16-year-old live-in girlfriend, who was also the mother of his child.

Second, an adult who sends a nude or sexual photo of him or herself to a child could also be convicted of a crime.

In many states, it is illegal to share with children anything obscene or sexual in nature.

Sexting is the sharing of nude or sexually explicit messages or photos, usually by cell phone or some other electronic device or means.

Certain states have laws specific to sexting between minors.

If you are charged with a crime as a result of sexting, you should talk to a local attorney.