Emily A. Hay of Hay There Social Media has created a guide to help parents keep kids out of trouble on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube.
An Oakland County school district is stepping up the fight against “sexting” among teens.
For young adults today who were weaned on iPods and the Internet, the practice of “sexting,” or sending sexually explicit photos or messages through phones, may be just another normal, healthy component of modern dating.
The Wayne County judge who came under fire for sending half-nude photos of himself to an employee is getting offers to pose in front of the lens for a different cause.
A Detroit judge who bragged about a shirtless photo sent to women says he’s embarrassed by a “serious mistake.”
Sexting – sending sexually explicit, nude, or semi-nude photos by cell phone – has become a national concern, especially when it involves children and teens.
A 38-year-old Berkley woman was arrested in Troy for drunk driving, but it’s what she was doing at the time that makes the story interesting.
A prosecutor plans to subpoena cell phone records of students in Hillsdale and Branch counties as part of an investigation into widespread sharing of sexually explicit photos.
According to a new University of Michigan poll, Internet safety and sexting are joining the ranks of drug abuse, obesity, and smoking as top child health problems.
After Congressman Anthony Weiner admitted to sharing photos of himself to women on Twitter, Beaumont Hospital psychologist, Dr. Jackie Odom, spoke to WWJ about whether sexting is cheating.