On the face value it sounds wrong so the question.. I didnt hide age or anything, because I was not going to say anything inappropriate.. I meant it as an reply to earlier post (whr the person was telling me about how it could be a thought crime) ..
My hands trembled even writing *minor*, I cant give excuse but I was just asking if even this chat/ being online frnd is illegal..
I would never ask for photos (even fully clad) to older women, but it came up and so the question of what constitutes child porn.. If you didn't say anything sexual, I mean really didn't say anything sexual, why even ask?
My question involves criminal law for the state of: NY (my residence) and Connecticut for minor I am 24 living in NY..
I recently chatted with a teenager (16) on one of web messengars.
I didnt hide age or anything, because I was not going to say anything inappropriate..
that makes it basically : 24 yr old talkin to 16 yr old.. If anyone still has a comment on wht happened i will listen.. I have chatted with 19-20 yr old but still never exchanged *dirty words* (here i was pleaded to say 'hot bitch' which I didnt) or pics or asked for cam..
The girl wanted me to say something "nasty" on mic but I did not. I do not indulge in any sort of visual pornography although i do read stories, so I have no idea of "some cleavage" on teenager could amount to child Porn. I was a given a link to the pics ( similar as i saw above) but it was on teen group, is it illegal to even reach them ? And most important, since the person tried to cajole me into saying nasty line on mic, is there a chance it was undercover? Am trying to remember if anything I said was wrong, but i cant, i dnt have the chat transcript...I had seen the girls picture's on social networkin site and commented on nice eyes (the images might have had cleavage).. Is it illegal to absolutely even chat with 16 yr old, I guess that is legal age in CT. So the question in nutshell is, chatting to minor ( teenager) once, seeing some non-nude pics.. Sure there's a chance that it's law enforcement; 50/50.