Yes, it is a violation of the law. I just think our standards as a society are screwed up when a teen can drive while intoxicated and get a warning or a suspended sentence, but another teen gets the book thrown at her for a 20 sec clip on a device that is incapable of doing real recording for counterfeiting purposes.
This Wall St. J. article discusses how the 50 state Attorney Generals (Gnomi: Attorneys General?) are pressuring social networking sites to "protect minors" by imposing all manner of policing and age verification requirements.
sigh Am I the only one having flashbacks to the Communications Decency Act of 1996? Anyone else remember when the Internet was the "danger to our teens" exposing them to all manner of predation, pornography, and perdition? Cause friends we got trouble, right here in Cybercity, with a capital "T" that rhymes with "P" that stands for "Ped" (ophile)!
Meanwhile, stats continue to show that (a) cyberbullying is a much greater problem for teens and pre-teens than sexual predators; and (b) your child is much more likely to get assaulted or abducted or propositioned going to the Mall than hanging on Myspace.
Good fortune and happiness but sometimes a species of intoxication with success
The Wheel of Fortune is all about big things, luck, change, fortune. Almost always good fortune. You are lucky in all things that you do and happy with the things that come to you. Be careful that success does not go to your head however. Sometimes luck can change.