A group of year nine high school students has told the state parliamentary inquiry into sexting that the law needs to be changed to adapt to modern technology and how teenagers use it.

In their submission to the Victorian Parliament’s Law Reform Committee, Ella Keogh, along with three other University High School students, expressed their concerns about the laws on explicit texting and child pornography. The students have claimed "our generation is becoming the victims of these laws rather than the ones that are being supported and sheltered by them".