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Google gets into the messy business of telecommunications. I don’t mean to say Google’s day job is easy but the telecom market gets it involved with government agencies like the FCC on a more regular basis. Like many other large telcos the company will have to spend more and more money lobbying and technology differentiation may be less important than government regulations in ensuring future success.

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Google gets into the messy business of telecommunications. I don’t mean to say Google’s day job is easy but the telecom market gets it involved with government agencies

Mark

Theoretically, a person (any age) sending a picture of themselves to others cannot be engaging in an act of exploitation or disrespect of themselves - breaking civil laws and respecting first amendment issues - the basis for all laws is the treating of others with respect (or not). As long as the nude photo is unsolicited, the receiver is not committing a crime. The receiver (actually all ages) must respect the privacy of the communication received. They cannot communicate that photo to anyone. It would be wise for anyone over 18 receiving a photo of anyone under 18 to delete the picture. If minors can legally have sex with each other, how can sharing pictures have a penalty?!? The prosecutor is not showing respect for the kids – the foundation of all our laws is showing respect for others. Laws , by definition, are invalid if they disrespect the violator and no one else.

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