Modalidades delictivas que se desarrollan a través del sexting en Colombia: un análisis comparado con España y Estados Unidos
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It is important to point out that humanity is currently in an era of globalization, in which people have at their disposal with great ease new information and communication technologies worldwide, a situation that has enabled communication in an agile and expeditious manner. These new technologies have allowed humanity to have a large amount of relevant information at their disposal, and knowledge in all areas of knowledge and together with the Internet, become invaluable tools when gathering information and research that are relevant for the work, academic, family and social life of the people. However, this type of technology has also become a source and tool for the commission of crimes of all kinds and types. Crimes that range from information theft, kidnapping, extortion, and punishable behaviors derived from the phenomenon such as sexting. Therefore, it is important that as a first point a notion of sexting be identified as a behavior or a series of behaviors that currently afflict humanity and children as subjects of special protection of the State. However, it is also pertinent to note that this type of behavior of sending messages with sexual content may not be considered as a novel phenomenon, since this behavior has been practiced for many years, with the difference of the current technological tools. In this order of ideas, this notion must be updated in accordance with the advancement of information and communication technologies that allow materializing this behavior through new tools and diverse content such as videos, messages, photographs through social networks, cell phones , tablets and various tools designed for communication, and this is how I present in this monograph work everything related to the new phenomenon called Sexting, comparing with international legal systems that have discussed this issue more thoroughly such as Spain and the United States and how we could adapt it in our Colombian legal system.