heraldsun.com.au: Let’s talk about sexts, urges new study on youth phone behaviour


[...] The Burnet Institute survey of young Victorians aged 15-29 in January revealed more than three-quarters believe it should be against the law to pass on a sext without ­permission. Despite this, nearly a third of young people agreed that if someone they started seeing sent them a sext, they might show it to their friends.