Group offers sexting seminar in Stamford

STAMFORD - Sexual assault crisis counselors say the problem of sexting has become so serious that all school kids need a crash course on why they shouldn't do it.

At the University of Connecticut campus in Stamford, experts are holding a seminar to educate the public about sexting, which is described as the sending of sexually explicit messages by cell phone or the Internet, often by kids.

The Center for Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling and Education is sponsoring the conference, called "Sexting: Not For Your Eyes Only."

For Attorney General Blumenthal addressing conference on 'sexting,' go to your digital cable box and select iO Extra on Ch. 612.

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