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The Loveland Reporter-Herald editorial: Prosecutors need more choices to deal with sexting

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Colorado lawmakers could probably devote an entire session just to update state laws to take into account the technology being carried in just about everyone’s pockets: the smart phone.

Phones that can connect with the internet, take pictures, take video, pay bills, offer a street map (or picture) of just about any neighborhood and do myriad other tasks have rendered many laws obsolete or just plain old-fashioned.

When lawmakers passed a law regarding the sharing of ballot data — even after the invention of photography — they certainly didn’t think that people would be taking pictures of themselves with their ballots to post on social media. Telecommunications laws passed when land-line telephones were being installed in the 1930s didn’t take into account how cellular technology would free people from those lines within three generations.

Read more at The Loveland Reporter-Herald.

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