ChristianBecker wrote:What's the problem? That he posted a porno or that even though it was consensual he was punished for it? Probably both.
But while what he did is just normal stupidity the police action is real, bureaucratic stupidity at its best.
The 'problem' CB is that they're both under the age of legal consent and therefore in law their having sex is regarded as statutory rape whether or not they both agreed to it. That's before you get onto the subject of personal privacy on the internet...
If either of them had been over 16 years old then the police would have been taking far more than a 'bureaucratic' interest - adults get jailed for rape and put on sex offenders lists for having sex with minors. Because this little 'scamp' is also underage they technically raped each other and so no legal action will be taken, but there's a strong possibility that the dear little lad and his girlfriend could be looking at some awkward times if there are other official civil investigations as their families could be called to account and they could be taken into care. Probably not - morally it's not uncommon of course, but the law is there to protect children and not all 14 year olds are quite as keen to grow up and get this sleazy as to how they treat people.
Sorry to get preachy on this but I used to work in the courts dealing with children who'd been abused in all kinds of ways, some of them far younger than 14, and this isn't a laughing matter. Although sex is a natural thing to explore during puberty, the law is there to protect those who may have no means of defending themselves, often from people who should be the ones protecting children from disgusting predators