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Yet Another Teacher at it!

Actually no as S.1A Protection of Children Act 1978 gives a defence if you have a picture of someone 16 or 17 and you’re either married to them or you lived together as partners in an enduring family relationship.
I stand corrected and somewhat amazed that the lawmakers had a rush of common sense.
 

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Obtaining contact details of people isn't as difficult as you make out.
Maybe not but I would still question how they are available if the innocent adult hasn't been doing something stupid.
Have you got a cellphone ?
If the answer is yes, (and I'm willing to bet a large sum of money it is,) you must have been doing something stupid with minors.
If you're on Facebook or anything similar, it's the same.

Education does not equate to intelligence.
Agreed but if you are being blackmailed by some devious little shit (which I can't imagine is a common situation) then the sensible thing to do is immediately inform the person responsible for safeguarding.
If I may reiterate, education does not equate to intelligence.

Better to hang ninety-nine innocents than let one guilty bastard go free.
I can see the use in that.
Not quite accurate, more 'better to leave open the option of hanging everyone so that you are able to hang someone'.
If you're suggesting the "option" is the Babylon/CPS discretion then you're far more naive than I'd thought possible.
That option was there in the case of the flapwhacking headmistress in a legal relationship, but the Dibble/CPS interface decided to nail her because they could.
It's another tick in the box and another "crime" solved.

I've never heard of anyone being involved in the hypothetical Trojan dick pic scenario. Of the people I know of who have been fired involving social media, one was repeatedly talking to students on Facebook (despite warnings from senior management) and the other was apparently a dominatrix in her spare time. She managed to somehow upload a load of personal pictures onto her school account and pupils saw them.
You have some strange acquaintances.

No, I didn't see them and no, I don't have any copies.
So either heresay or yet another example of education not equating to intelligence.
 
Have you got a cellphone ?
If the answer is yes, (and I'm willing to bet a large sum of money it is,) you must have been doing something stupid with minors.
If you're on Facebook or anything similar, it's the same.
Explain? Yes, I have a phone. No, I do not have any indecent pictures of under 18s.


If I may reiterate, education does not equate to intelligence.
Yes, you've said. As I have said, if you are a teacher in your hypothetical evil teenager honeytrap and get sent an unsolicited picture of a child, the first thing that would be done is contacting the school DSL. It's basic procedure that should be drummed into any member of school staff at least once a year, probably more.


If you're suggesting the "option" is the Babylon/CPS discretion then you're far more naive than I'd thought possible.
That option was there in the case of the flapwhacking headmistress in a legal relationship, but the Dibble/CPS interface decided to nail her because they could.
It's another tick in the box and another "crime" solved.
Or, as the woman in question is a headteacher at a primary school, she might have thought about breaking the law? Given she will have been well aware of the consequences of her actions.


You have some strange acquaintances.
I don't get to choose my ex-colleagues. My point stands though, the only social media issues I have had experience of have been their own silly faults.


So either heresay or yet another example of education not equating to intelligence.
Not hearsay, direct experience. And still the adult's fault and nothing to do with them being unfairly charged under the legislation.
 

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LE
Kit Reviewer
Explain? Yes, I have a phone. No, I do not have any indecent pictures of under 18s.
Yet.

Yes, you've said. As I have said, if you are a teacher in your hypothetical evil teenager honeytrap and get sent an unsolicited picture of a child, the first thing that would be done is contacting the school DSL. It's basic procedure that should be drummed into any member of school staff at least once a year, probably more.
You really don't get it do you ?

Or, as the woman in question is a headteacher at a primary school, she might have thought about breaking the law? Given she will have been well aware of the consequences of her actions.
As above.

I don't get to choose my ex-colleagues. My point stands though, the only social media issues I have had experience of have been their own silly faults.
Hmmm.
Is perspecacity breaking through ?

Not hearsay, direct experience.
More than you mentioned last time.

And still the adult's fault and nothing to do with them being unfairly charged under the legislation.
Nor have I suggested that the woman with the sixteen year old girlfriend was "unfairly" charged.
What I have said on, multiple occasions now, is that purely because someone has been intelligent enough to complete a damn good course in instruction and education, it doesn't necessarily follow that they're going to be the sharpest knife in the box, particularly where matters of the heart - or hormones - are concerned.
 
Nor have I suggested that the woman with the sixteen year old girlfriend was "unfairly" charged.
What I have said on, multiple occasions now, is that purely because someone has been intelligent enough to complete a damn good course in instruction and education, it doesn't necessarily follow that they're going to be the sharpest knife in the box, particularly where matters of the heart - or hormones - are concerned.
What has that got to do with your original point?

So a seventeen year old could have a crush on a teacher, (he/she/it/other,) and the teacher reject the advances.
Thereafter the spurned youngster gets the murrin with the teacher and sends a flange shot to his/her/it's/?'s phone or social media acct.
The teacher immediately deletes it, but when the bint bubbles to Plod they find the image in the history & the teacher is nicked for kiddie porn without putting a foot wrong.
As I've pointed out several times, in the event you get sent a random tit pic then you report it immediately to a safeguarding lead, making it quite clear you have no idea who sent it to you. I have 4 email addresses I can get hold of people with in the event of a situation.

If you are a teacher and stupid enough to be talking to students on social media you can't complain if you get the book thrown at you.
If you are a teacher and receive youth produced sexual imagery without reporting it, you look seriously stupid at best and a paedo at worst.
If you are a teacher and so fucking stupid you have an affair with a 16 year old and keep sexual pictures of them on your phone you're lucky to avoid the Sun readers mob outside your house.

Having a picture sent to you is not automatically going to get you a prison sentence. From the Home Office guidance (link)

The College of Policing said:
HOCR requires each crime to be allocated an outcome from a menu of predefined codes. In January 2016, the Home Office launched outcome 21 which states: ‘Further investigation, resulting from the crime report, which could provide evidence sufficient to support formal action being taken against the suspect is not in the public interest – police decision.’ This outcome code allows the police to record a crime as having happened but for no formal criminal justice action to be taken as it is not considered to be in the public interest to do so.

Outcome 21 may be considered the most appropriate resolution in youth produced sexual imagery cases where the making and sharing is considered non-abusive and there is no evidence of exploitation, grooming, profit motive, malicious intent (e.g. extensive or inappropriate sharing (e.g. uploading onto a pornographic website) or it being persistent behaviour. Where these factors are present, outcome 21 would not apply.
I'm really not sure what point you're getting at but all you seem to be saying is some teachers are a bit thick. I would agree but not sure how that affects what I'm saying. Unless I'm misunderstanding what you're trying to say?
 
A couple of weeks ago I made a joke on Twitter about Sonia from Eastenders' fanny (a photo of her naked somehow got released). Some random person (they don't and didn't follow me) sent me a private message about it asking weird questions about whether I fancied Sonia and who else from Eastenders I fancied and sending me photos of a few of the women from the show who've been papped with their tits out or had their phones hacked or whatever. It was a bit weird but I chatted along for a bit (it was a Friday night and I was pissed and bored and, to be honest, I assumed it was some kind of chat bot). Then he asked how old I was (mid 30s) - when he got the answer he replied 'doesn't matter then'. Asked why it didn't matter - 'I've got nudes of girls in my class'. Obviously I don't fancy spending time on the nonce wing so I politely declined the offer but I'm guessing that he's not some kind of 16 year old Hugh Heffner and he's not the only one who's got these photos. Probably wasn't even the person who most of the photos were originally intended for.
It was probably one of them there Vigilante groups looking for a bite. Who knows. Why would he not think you were interested in seeing them? Sounds like he was fishing and wanted you to take the bait. Could be wrong. Deffo weird though.

I don't use social media. It is cancer. I only post on a few forums (of which this is one). The people I interact with are closely vetted by consensus of the others on the forum. I live by that sword, and I die by that sword, sometimes, my self as well.

I once went on to a chat app. It was all bots. Flooded by spider scripts promoting cams and porn sites. Sad. Got to talk with one young lad though, after a few hours of faffing about. We had a great conversation (we were in the music chat room), but then he got all weird and 'sexy' on me. Probably some old hairy bloke. Maybe not, he talked like he was young (he claimed to be 23 or sommat). Anyway, it wasn't a great experience. I never did it again. He wouldn't give me his real email address (which I never asked for) but it was very suspect how he wanted to talk with me again but had to set up a separate email to do it. Alarm bells.

People ain't no good.

I've never used a dating app. I've never registered on a dating site. I don't trust people. I say this as someone who is overly trusting in real life and been burned so many times that it has changed me as a person.

TMI? Sorry, bit of a digression.


I don't think kids realise how quick their photos can end up being shared all over the world when they send them to their boyfriend/girlfriend. It's something we really need the education system to look at because it's entirely possible for kids to ruin their lives in seconds with a couple of stupid photos.
I've taken an interest in computer and IT security for a long time. I'm bored of it now. I wasn't really clever enough to go as deep with it as was needed. But every now and again, I dip my toes back in the water to see how things have moved on.

I did a bit of research a while back on the chans. Cam and phone hacking. Grey area stuff. Well, highly illegal most of it. But learning about it and reading about it is not the same as actually breaking the law. I just wanted to know what the status quo was. Tech is moving so fast now. I was blown away with how far things had come.

There are forensic tools out there (won't say what they are) that the pros use. And you can download these and you can use them (if you know how -that's the hard part). And if you just have someone's phone no. you can 'own' their phone in a lot of cases.

There are whole private websites on the dark web devoted to people sharing real life people they have hacked - the entire content folders of people's smartphones: photos, text, audio, contacts. Big dumps of it all. It's like Reader's Wives on steroids. And don't think there won't be under age kids on there as well, because there will be.

This is the point where I say that I did not access those sites. And that would be true. I saw enough and learned enough to realise this was a 'thing' and it was 'real' - didn't need the grizzly details.

Even if you are not tech savvy enough to work the forensic software yourself, there is a man who can for a fee. 50 bucks to a Russian is 50 bucks. Want a more specific and concentrated and untraceable attack? There's a yank that will do it for 500 bucks. Discretion assured. Just need a phone no. - if you can plant a RAT (remote access trojan) on said person's phone beforehand, then it makes the whole game easier. Who knows, you might even get a discount.

It's all out there. There are even search engines dedicated to unsecured cams. The internet of things. It's only going to get worse. Might be worth paying that subscription to Shodan and seeing what is out there. Or go to insecam and get a taster for free. Loads of them, unsecured cams, search engines.

But I'm rambling again. To your main point -

Kids are not so much foolish as naive. They have a life of their own. They do not listen to their parents. They like to watch people being tortured - skinned alive sometimes by Mexican Cartels - they like to watch beheadings. All stuff that our mature brains have told us is not good to watch because we came from a different paradigm.

The kid of today is brought up with a smartphone in his hand. Overloaded by information. But always needing data/input. And they are not so fully developed to be able to discern what is good or bad for them. (Google/Facebook have done deep research on how to addict people and how to best manipulate our reptilian brains via their dopamine and serotonergic pathways.)

Kids try to outdo each other with braggadocio and one-upmanship.

They share links. They have a whole world that is invisible to adults. And they like it that way. It can not be infiltrated. Not without serious infringement on the children's space. Whether this is morally right or wrong is not the question. At best, good parenting only gets you so far.

The dissemination of information from kids is frightening. I remember reading this study where one playground game/taunt, spread across the entire UK in just a week. On Monday it started in Taunton. By Friday it was doing the rounds in Edinburgh. This was by word of mouth in the 70's. No internet then. What do you think it is like now?

Programs like Snapchat filled a niche. But there is this thing called taking a screenshot, even if it is done by just photographing your image on your phone. Still great blackmail material. Do you think that kid cares if the photo they sent to a trusted source ends up on xhamster in 1080p or 640x or whatever? No.

There was a guy who was a uni professor who used gumtree to trawl for dog-walkers and young girls looking for odd-jobs. Pretended to be a woman. A cancer victim. Needed to do occupational therapy by drawing nude females. Would pay of course. Good money. Need a nude photo first of course.

How fucking stupid are some young naive girls? Very, it would seem. Once he got those innocent nudes he then degraded them further. Paint 'I'm a bitch' on your tits with lipstick - eat dogfood. Some of the girls were under age as well. No matter.

He uploaded all this to a dark web site that specialised in this kind of thing. Where people traded this stuff for kicks.

Snapchat?

Even if your kid is doing this with a trusted source, comms can be intercepted. They can be hacked/cracked. Then it's goodnight Vienna.

And the problem is? Kids just wanna have fun. They hate their parents (not really, but hormones are a bugger), sometimes they really do hate their parents and it's 'fuck you dad!'. They don't listen to the squares. There's this new app... They'll never find out...

And there's you thinking "POS" meant piece of shit, when really it means Parent Over Shoulder. Kids are devious little fuckers and you will never beat them as a parent. All you can do is minimise the risk. Know the risks to start with. Educate them.

I don't think the 'education system' as you so put it can help with this. To a small extent perhaps. This is the job of the parents.

It's serious hard graft to be a parent today. I imagine (not a parent myself). You really need to sit those kids down from an early age and give them the hard talk. You will need to build a rapport with them that is probably uncommon in the parent/child relationship. But that is what it takes. Otherwise, good luck with that.

I was studying 'stalking' on the internet last century. All as part of the whole reverse engineering and social engineering thing that was part of hacking and cracking. We even had lessons in 'trolling' before the word came in to common usage and subsequently got bastardised in the process.

Now here's the real kicker: this was before we ever imagined there would be such a thing as Facebook where people would openly share every petty detail of their life in an absolute lack of situational awareness. Going on holiday for a fortnight? No problem, we'll rob you when you've just left.

A stalker's dream. For as clever as we were, we never saw that one coming. Then it happened and it is now our reality. Your kids reality.

Photos of your kids. Where they go to school. Their interests. From there we have their social media accounts. They tell us their hopes, their dreams. We could not ask for more. It's TMI Nirvana!

So it's not just them getting frisky with their boyfriend under the wrong impression their Snapchat will be deleted in a few minutes.

So many angles of attack. All untraceable too if you know what you are doing. And scriptable too with bots and spiders and alerts.

Sometimes someone becomes a 'marked man' and there is a bullet with your name on it.

But most the time that's not how it goes down.

It's the bullet that says "To whom it may concern" that you should really be worried about.

But because of how human beings perceive and process threat, it doesn't happen like that. The thought that there are predators out there lurking in the shadows is just TMI to reliably process in a meaningful way. So it is just ignored as extraneous to requirements.

Live to fight another day. And tomorrow always comes, until it doesn't.

I don't have any answers. I'm only trying to define the problem. And this is just from an abstract viewpoint. This is easy for me to say.

A lot harder for a parent to strike up the kind of solid relationship that is needed to deal with this kind of thing.

Then there's the other angle.

A particularly devious kid could hack a teacher's phone and blackmail them. A million and one ways to do that. I'm sure it goes on every day.

I love to teach, I love to pass on information. But you wouldn't find me working in a school in a million years. I just don't trust kids.

Not all teachers are pervs and purveyors of pornography. Just like being in the Police or being a Nurse, the job provides its own unique set of problems and hurdles. They should get more respect and have more 'power'. But political correctness dictates that they will be thrown to the wolves when it's expedient.

Technology, eh? Making all our lives easier.
 
Always wondered about that.
Assuming the day the photos were printed actually was her 16th birthday which is what they were claiming (and counting down to at the time).
Surely then the photos must have been taken before then so some Sport photographer was happy to take topless photos of a 15 year old and surely should have been investigated.
Unless of course, the Sport was lying but that can't be right...
Met her once years ago, without all the makeup and lighting she's actually a bit of a minger.
She was a bit of a minger WITH all the makeup and lighting!
 
A couple of weeks ago I made a joke on Twitter about Sonia from Eastenders' fanny (a photo of her naked somehow got released). Some random person (they don't and didn't follow me) sent me a private message about it asking weird questions about whether I fancied Sonia and who else from Eastenders I fancied and sending me photos of a few of the women from the show who've been papped with their tits out or had their phones hacked or whatever. It was a bit weird but I chatted along for a bit (it was a Friday night and I was pissed and bored and, to be honest, I assumed it was some kind of chat bot). Then he asked how old I was (mid 30s) - when he got the answer he replied 'doesn't matter then'. Asked why it didn't matter - 'I've got nudes of girls in my class'. Obviously I don't fancy spending time on the nonce wing so I politely declined the offer but I'm guessing that he's not some kind of 16 year old Hugh Heffner and he's not the only one who's got these photos. Probably wasn't even the person who most of the photos were originally intended for.

I don't think kids realise how quick their photos can end up being shared all over the world when they send them to their boyfriend/girlfriend. It's something we really need the education system to look at because it's entirely possible for kids to ruin their lives in seconds with a couple of stupid photos.

Getting your defence in early in a public forum. I like the cut of your jib.
 
A 43 year old with a 16 year old partner should not be permitted IMO.
Really?

Awkward. They may have to be a difficult conversation when I pick her up at 3.30
 

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LE
Kit Reviewer
Really?

Awkward. They may have to be a difficult conversation when I pick her up at 3.30
Who's "they" and what are they doing up so late ?
 
This one got off lightly.
She admitted to having sex with at least 5 boys, and got 2 years suspended.
No pictures, but I would bet that she's a looker.
'Extraordinarily lenient': Aussie school mistress who had sex with boys walks free
Not only that, but her mum is blaming the school for all this happening, saying they failed as her employer to supply duty of care and support to a junior unqualified member of staff.

Mother of teacher's aide who had sex with students blames elite NSW school
 

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LE
Kit Reviewer
If that'll make you happy, but you'd still have to tell is who "they" are.
'They' are the people who'll kick you in the knackers if you play the Poundland Grammar Nazi again
 

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LE
Kit Reviewer
'They' are the people who'll kick you in the knackers if you play the Poundland Grammar Nazi again
A long winded way of saying you don't know.
Was 06:43 a traumatic time for you ?
 
It was probably one of them there Vigilante groups looking for a bite. Who knows. Why would he not think you were interested in seeing them? Sounds like he was fishing and wanted you to take the bait. Could be wrong. Deffo weird though.

I don't use social media. It is cancer. I only post on a few forums (of which this is one). The people I interact with are closely vetted by consensus of the others on the forum. I live by that sword, and I die by that sword, sometimes, my self as well.

I once went on to a chat app. It was all bots. Flooded by spider scripts promoting cams and porn sites. Sad. Got to talk with one young lad though, after a few hours of faffing about. We had a great conversation (we were in the music chat room), but then he got all weird and 'sexy' on me. Probably some old hairy bloke. Maybe not, he talked like he was young (he claimed to be 23 or sommat). Anyway, it wasn't a great experience. I never did it again. He wouldn't give me his real email address (which I never asked for) but it was very suspect how he wanted to talk with me again but had to set up a separate email to do it. Alarm bells.

People ain't no good.

I've never used a dating app. I've never registered on a dating site. I don't trust people. I say this as someone who is overly trusting in real life and been burned so many times that it has changed me as a person.

TMI? Sorry, bit of a digression.




I've taken an interest in computer and IT security for a long time. I'm bored of it now. I wasn't really clever enough to go as deep with it as was needed. But every now and again, I dip my toes back in the water to see how things have moved on.

I did a bit of research a while back on the chans. Cam and phone hacking. Grey area stuff. Well, highly illegal most of it. But learning about it and reading about it is not the same as actually breaking the law. I just wanted to know what the status quo was. Tech is moving so fast now. I was blown away with how far things had come.

There are forensic tools out there (won't say what they are) that the pros use. And you can download these and you can use them (if you know how -that's the hard part). And if you just have someone's phone no. you can 'own' their phone in a lot of cases.

There are whole private websites on the dark web devoted to people sharing real life people they have hacked - the entire content folders of people's smartphones: photos, text, audio, contacts. Big dumps of it all. It's like Reader's Wives on steroids. And don't think there won't be under age kids on there as well, because there will be.

This is the point where I say that I did not access those sites. And that would be true. I saw enough and learned enough to realise this was a 'thing' and it was 'real' - didn't need the grizzly details.

Even if you are not tech savvy enough to work the forensic software yourself, there is a man who can for a fee. 50 bucks to a Russian is 50 bucks. Want a more specific and concentrated and untraceable attack? There's a yank that will do it for 500 bucks. Discretion assured. Just need a phone no. - if you can plant a RAT (remote access trojan) on said person's phone beforehand, then it makes the whole game easier. Who knows, you might even get a discount.

It's all out there. There are even search engines dedicated to unsecured cams. The internet of things. It's only going to get worse. Might be worth paying that subscription to Shodan and seeing what is out there. Or go to insecam and get a taster for free. Loads of them, unsecured cams, search engines.

But I'm rambling again. To your main point -

Kids are not so much foolish as naive. They have a life of their own. They do not listen to their parents. They like to watch people being tortured - skinned alive sometimes by Mexican Cartels - they like to watch beheadings. All stuff that our mature brains have told us is not good to watch because we came from a different paradigm.

The kid of today is brought up with a smartphone in his hand. Overloaded by information. But always needing data/input. And they are not so fully developed to be able to discern what is good or bad for them. (Google/Facebook have done deep research on how to addict people and how to best manipulate our reptilian brains via their dopamine and serotonergic pathways.)

Kids try to outdo each other with braggadocio and one-upmanship.

They share links. They have a whole world that is invisible to adults. And they like it that way. It can not be infiltrated. Not without serious infringement on the children's space. Whether this is morally right or wrong is not the question. At best, good parenting only gets you so far.

The dissemination of information from kids is frightening. I remember reading this study where one playground game/taunt, spread across the entire UK in just a week. On Monday it started in Taunton. By Friday it was doing the rounds in Edinburgh. This was by word of mouth in the 70's. No internet then. What do you think it is like now?

Programs like Snapchat filled a niche. But there is this thing called taking a screenshot, even if it is done by just photographing your image on your phone. Still great blackmail material. Do you think that kid cares if the photo they sent to a trusted source ends up on xhamster in 1080p or 640x or whatever? No.

There was a guy who was a uni professor who used gumtree to trawl for dog-walkers and young girls looking for odd-jobs. Pretended to be a woman. A cancer victim. Needed to do occupational therapy by drawing nude females. Would pay of course. Good money. Need a nude photo first of course.

How ******* stupid are some young naive girls? Very, it would seem. Once he got those innocent nudes he then degraded them further. Paint 'I'm a bitch' on your tits with lipstick - eat dogfood. Some of the girls were under age as well. No matter.

He uploaded all this to a dark web site that specialised in this kind of thing. Where people traded this stuff for kicks.

Snapchat?

Even if your kid is doing this with a trusted source, comms can be intercepted. They can be hacked/cracked. Then it's goodnight Vienna.

And the problem is? Kids just wanna have fun. They hate their parents (not really, but hormones are a bugger), sometimes they really do hate their parents and it's '**** you dad!'. They don't listen to the squares. There's this new app... They'll never find out...

And there's you thinking "POS" meant piece of shit, when really it means Parent Over Shoulder. Kids are devious little ******* and you will never beat them as a parent. All you can do is minimise the risk. Know the risks to start with. Educate them.

I don't think the 'education system' as you so put it can help with this. To a small extent perhaps. This is the job of the parents.

It's serious hard graft to be a parent today. I imagine (not a parent myself). You really need to sit those kids down from an early age and give them the hard talk. You will need to build a rapport with them that is probably uncommon in the parent/child relationship. But that is what it takes. Otherwise, good luck with that.

I was studying 'stalking' on the internet last century. All as part of the whole reverse engineering and social engineering thing that was part of hacking and cracking. We even had lessons in 'trolling' before the word came in to common usage and subsequently got bastardised in the process.

Now here's the real kicker: this was before we ever imagined there would be such a thing as Facebook where people would openly share every petty detail of their life in an absolute lack of situational awareness. Going on holiday for a fortnight? No problem, we'll rob you when you've just left.

A stalker's dream. For as clever as we were, we never saw that one coming. Then it happened and it is now our reality. Your kids reality.

Photos of your kids. Where they go to school. Their interests. From there we have their social media accounts. They tell us their hopes, their dreams. We could not ask for more. It's TMI Nirvana!

So it's not just them getting frisky with their boyfriend under the wrong impression their Snapchat will be deleted in a few minutes.

So many angles of attack. All untraceable too if you know what you are doing. And scriptable too with bots and spiders and alerts.

Sometimes someone becomes a 'marked man' and there is a bullet with your name on it.

But most the time that's not how it goes down.

It's the bullet that says "To whom it may concern" that you should really be worried about.

But because of how human beings perceive and process threat, it doesn't happen like that. The thought that there are predators out there lurking in the shadows is just TMI to reliably process in a meaningful way. So it is just ignored as extraneous to requirements.

Live to fight another day. And tomorrow always comes, until it doesn't.

I don't have any answers. I'm only trying to define the problem. And this is just from an abstract viewpoint. This is easy for me to say.

A lot harder for a parent to strike up the kind of solid relationship that is needed to deal with this kind of thing.

Then there's the other angle.

A particularly devious kid could hack a teacher's phone and blackmail them. A million and one ways to do that. I'm sure it goes on every day.

I love to teach, I love to pass on information. But you wouldn't find me working in a school in a million years. I just don't trust kids.

Not all teachers are pervs and purveyors of pornography. Just like being in the Police or being a Nurse, the job provides its own unique set of problems and hurdles. They should get more respect and have more 'power'. But political correctness dictates that they will be thrown to the wolves when it's expedient.

Technology, eh? Making all our lives easier.
Why only post a condensed version of your thesis?
 

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