By Ave Mince-Didier. Sexting is the sharing of nude or sexually explicit messages or photos, usually by smartphone or some other electronic device or means. Certain states have laws specific to sexting between minors. Between consenting adults, the private sharing of nude or suggestive photos is generally not illegal. However, that does not mean that adults shouldn't be cautious.
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Former US representative Anthony Weiner wasn't the only one to get hooked on sexting -- apparently, nearly half of all US adults' smartphones contain sexy photos or texts. A new study released Tuesday by security software firm McAfee titled "Love, Relationships, and Technology" details just how many people send risque photos or intimate texts to people they know or strangers. McAfee online security expert Robert Siciliano wrote in a blog post that a number of adults share "private details about their lives, including those of an intimate nature such as nude photos and sexts -- all of this on unsecured digital devices -- now, that's just asking for a social scandal.
Generally, this act, which is referred to as sexting, is legal between two consenting adults. But what happens when someone sends a message containing suggestive images to someone who did not ask for it? Currently, Texas does not have a specific statute that prohibits unsolicited sexts.