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Updated: 
January 16, 2020

§ 18-3-405.4. Internet sexual exploitation of a child

(1) An actor commits internet sexual exploitation of a child if the actor knowingly importunes, invites, or entices through communication via a computer network or system, telephone network, or data network or by a text message or instant message, a person whom the actor knows or believes to be under fifteen years of age and at least four years younger than the actor, to:

(a) Expose or touch the person’s own or another person’s intimate parts while communicating with the actor via a computer network or system, telephone network, or data network or by a text message or instant message; or

(b) Observe the actor’s intimate parts via a computer network or system, telephone network, or data network or by a text message or instant message.

(2) Deleted by Laws 2009, Ch. 343, § 1, eff. July 1, 2009.

(3) Internet sexual exploitation of a child is a class 4 felony.