When sexting involves someone under 18, it can be ‘child pornography’ or an ‘indecent act’.

The police searched his computer and mobile phone while investigating an unrelated matter.

He pleaded guilty to child pornography charges and was placed on the Sex Offenders Register.

Child pornography pictures are illegal if they are: It can also be a crime to share a nude/sexy picture of someone who looks like they are under 18, even if they are actually over 18 when the picture was taken.

Even if a picture is not child pornography, asking for or sending a nude/sexy photo can be an indecent act and this is a crime.

Plus, there's no privacy policy or terms of service available on the developer's website, which might make this an iffy choice for kids and families.

Sexting is using the internet or your phone to share nude/sexy pictures.

You can also search for images online to layer over your face, but there's no way to filter or control the images, which makes this an iffy choice for kids to use solo.

Also, there's no privacy policy or terms of service on the developer's website (though there's a link for one), and it's really easy for kids to share images to a public gallery or to social media, so proceed with caution.

An indecent act is usually a sexual act that the average person finds offensive.