This form of cyber sex is what inspired people to use their Smartphones for sending sexual videos and messages.By now, you have probably heard in the news about people “sexting” each other.Can the 20 year old be criminally charged simply because he had cybersex in a chat room? So in this case it would be okay to believe the other persons age, since you cannot see or hear them and it's just words on a screen?
Cybersexual Addiction has become a specific sub-type of Internet addiction.It has been estimated that 1 in 5 Internet addicts are engaged in some form of online sexual activity (primarily viewing cyberporn and/or engaging in cybersex).The internet has come a long way in the world of sex chat rooms and free sex cams.It used to be that people would meet in a chat room and then talk dirty to each other.Instead of just sending dirty messages through emails and instant messengers, people had now discovered the fun of using webcams for this purpose.
They were able to let the person on the other end of the sex cam see themselves naked, or at least in provocative clothing.
This is where they use their Smartphone devices to video record themselves naked and then they send it as a text message to the other person.
The danger with this is the recipient now has that video saved on their phone, which means they can send it to other people who were not intended to receive it.
The of electronic transactions provides the user with a greater sense of perceived control over the content, tone, and nature of the online sexual experience.
Unlike real life sexual experiences, a woman can quickly change partners if her cyber-lover isn't very good or a man can log off after his orgasm without any long good-byes.
Is cyber/phone sex legal or illegal if both people in each state are of the age of legal consent for real life sex?