Students as young as 12 in Waterloo region are being investigated for allegedly sending out nude photos in a practice experts say is more common than...
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Waterloo region kids involved in child porn investigation

Lauren Pelley

Students as young as 12 and 13 being investigated for allegedly making, distributing nude photos —...

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