POSTED: Friday, November 1, 2013 - 11:00am
UPDATED: Friday, November 1, 2013 - 11:04am
NBC NATIONAL NEWS — The explosion of social media and sexting has opened the door to a practice that one lawmaker wants to criminalize.
Delegate Jon Cardin said Tuesday that Maryland needs to enact serious consequences for so-called revenge porn. He described that as when someone posts online explicit pictures of someone else -- perhaps a former spouse, girlfriend or boyfriend -- without his or her consent.
Cardin said it's currently too easy to ruin someone's reputation with the click of a mouse.
Social networking sites make it simple to see what others are up to in real time, but IT editor Sean Gallagher said what goes up with the click of a mouse is likely lodged in cyberspace forever.
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