Pocket-lint - Ever since the first camera was added to a phone, we've become obsessed with taking pictures of just about everything that moves and a lot of things that don't. That isn't necessarily always a good thing, although some of the best comedy posted online can be attributed to those who can't leave their phone's camera alone. Not necessarily always for the right reason. Hopefully, they had a much of a giggle looking back at their shots as we do now.
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A Minnesota state trooper faces charges of felony stalking after he allegedly downloaded nude photos of a woman he assisted along Interstate 94 to his phone. The state trooper responded to a single vehicle crash on March Prosecutors say squad video shows Kuehne taking the woman's phone from her. While using a laptop connected to the woman's phone, her boyfriend discovered her nude photos were texted to another phone at the same time Kuehne was alone in his vehicle. The boyfriend also called the phone and a person identifying himself as Kuehne answered. Chief of the State Patrol Col. Matt Langer said Kuehne was put on paid leave on May 20 and will remain on leave pending further investigation. You make MPR News possible. Individual donations are behind the clarity in coverage from our reporters across the state, stories that connect us, and conversations that provide perspectives. Help ensure MPR remains a resource that brings Minnesotans together.
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With the invention of the cell phone, all our steamy love letters turned into sexting in an instant. Then along came camera phones, which allowed us to send all sorts of pics that would land us on Santa's Naughty List, and then smart phones that opened up a whole new world of apps like Tinder and Snapchat that were practically made for sending steamy pics and messages just by tapping your screen. Sexting has come a long way since its humble roots, and with so many options out there, it can be difficult to figure out exactly what is and is not an ok sext to send. There are lots of things you should always avoid while sexting , but there are also plenty of sexts that should just never see the light of day or your unusually bright phone screen. It may seem frustrating trying to follow all the rules of sextiquette, but trust me when I say that all it takes is a bad dirty message to take a great sexual relationship and turn it sour. Paying attention to what is and isn't OK to send to your desired recipient is super important, and you should treat it with just as much care as you would if the other person were standing right in front of you. The next time you're thinking about sending a sext to the object of your affection, make sure it doesn't fall into any of these categories. If it falls into more than one of them, you're better off starting with suggestive eggplant emojis and working your way up from there.
So we are seeing a lot of kids who are sexually active. There's nothing coy about this 21st century amorous pursuit. Children as young as 12, who aren't sexually active , are sending explicit, provocative and even pornographic images to their peers. Click here to ask Internet expert Parry Aftab a question. Aftab will answer questions live on "GMA" Thursday. Click here for more Internet safety tips from Parry Aftab. Aftab is concerned at how widespread the problem of sexting has become. Click here to read legislation Senator Robert Menendez D-NJ plans to propose concerning internet and wireless safety for children and teens. Logan, a Cincinnati high school student, sent a nude cell phone photo to her boyfriend. But after their relationship ended, he sent the image to students at four different schools.