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Sexting" is a word you have probably heard but might not be able to define.For purposes of this article, "sexting" is the practice of sending nude or semi-nude pictures by cell phone or other electronic media; it is a sexual text ('sext') message.Sexting is a recent phenomenon, fueled by widespread availability of affordable mobile phones with picture-taking and sending capabilities.

The regulations require telephone companies to block pornographic services to all households except those that specifically request access.Sex offense laws predating the sexting phenomenon do not contemplate the ease and frequency with which teens send risque' pictures to each other from their phones.Nonetheless, they subject sexting teens to a myriad of felony charges and branding as a "sex offender." A teenager's ability to snap a picture and send it in seconds without reflection gives rise to new legal issues for society and the legal community."People don't want to put their names on a list maintained by the phone company of people who actually want to have access to dial-a-porn," he said. Selby's group, the Information Providers' Coalition for Defense of the First Amendment, favors a less restrictive policy that would enable households to request that access to such services be blocked but would otherwise make the services available.The Federal Communications Commission, which drew up the regulations, argued that such voluntary blocking was too easy to circumvent.

The regulations require telephone companies to block pornographic services to all households except those that specifically request access.

Sex offense laws predating the sexting phenomenon do not contemplate the ease and frequency with which teens send risque' pictures to each other from their phones.

Nonetheless, they subject sexting teens to a myriad of felony charges and branding as a "sex offender." A teenager's ability to snap a picture and send it in seconds without reflection gives rise to new legal issues for society and the legal community.

"People don't want to put their names on a list maintained by the phone company of people who actually want to have access to dial-a-porn," he said. Selby's group, the Information Providers' Coalition for Defense of the First Amendment, favors a less restrictive policy that would enable households to request that access to such services be blocked but would otherwise make the services available.

The Federal Communications Commission, which drew up the regulations, argued that such voluntary blocking was too easy to circumvent.

The decision, by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, contradicts a decision last year by a judge in New York who blocked enforcement of the law that led to the regulations on the ground that it restricted freedom of speech.