Latest High School Sexting Scandal: Apps That Hide the Evidence
November 06, 2015Posted at 22:04h in Uncategorized
Students at a Colorado high school face serious charges as yet another high school sexting scandal erupts. Students in grades 8-12 are accused of running the sexting ring, where they would collect, trade and share explicit images of themselves and their classmates, as if they were exchanging virtual baseball cards.
Even more unbelievable: wait until you hear the lengths the students go to to cover up the Trojan Horse-like evidence. It involves photo library apps disguised as calculators (and more)–to keep parents and authorities in the dark.
CBS News has the full story here about how authorities cracked down on sexting at Canon City High.