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Most teens have access to cell phones, tablet devices, and smart phones, which have internet capabilities, as well as, cameras and webcams.

The transmission of nude photographs of an adult to a minor is a serious felony in Tennessee, as well as, a Federal Crime.

In fact, Livingstone and Bober (2005) have coined the term reverse socialization to characterize the shifting nature of socialization that occurs in many families as teenage children are often more knowledgeable than their parent about these technologies.

Research has also suggested that adolescents’ interactions with these new technologies are often at the vanguard of trends to come (Greenfield & Subrahmanyam, 2003; Smahel, 2006) and so studying their online behavior may provide a key to understanding virtual worlds of the future Among adolescents, communication is the most important use of the Internet (Subrahmanyam, Greenfield, Kraut, & Grosss, 2001; Gross, 2004; Smahel, & Machovcova, 2006) and the popular communication applications include, e-mail, instant messaging (private, one-on-one, text-based conversations), chat rooms (communication systems that allow text-based conversation among multiple users), and the newest craze social networking sites (connects people together) including blogs ( My Space and Facebook.

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Social Media such as Facebook or My Space allow, somewhat recklessly, for people to assume false identities and allow for people of unverified ages to be friends through the site with one another whether Juvenile or Adult.Recognizing predator behavior and understanding where they are go a long way to helping a family achieve its web safety goals.Knowing what information predators might look for is critical for parents learning how to protect children from online predators.Much has been made of the new communication forms that are emerging online and of their popularity among adolescents.Are these new forms fundamentally changing adolescent behavior or are they simply providing new venues for what are “traditionally” adolescent issues?

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