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Truth or dare game ends in middle school investigation

What started as a game of truth or dare ended in a child porn investigation for two Whitnall Middle School teens.

This started as a spring break truth or dare game, where the students were sending naked photos of themselves. While it's common for students to experiment, technology laws have put students like these two in hot water. 

Here in Wisconsin, it's a felony child porn charge for two teens to send photos to each other. It's a felony to even take an underage photo of yourself. It leaves parents in a very difficult situation. 

We spoke with the Greenfield school district, which says they're training teens to make smart decisions in hopes of educating students. They say when in doubt parents should block apps. To see the full story click on the video link above. 

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