Monday, November 28, 2011

Teens Turn to Digital Drugs

NBC Connecticut (West Hartford, CT) November 22, 2011

"You can't see, taste or even touch digital drugs, but some people say all you need to get high is your computer.
Digital drugs, also referred to as sonic drugs or 'I-dosing,' are sound files that are downloadable, legal and popular with teenagers.
For as little as $1, you can download audio files that promise to deliver the experience of being drunk or of taking marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy or just about any other drug you can name.
'There’s one track that actually mimics driving under the influence of alcohol. There’s other ones for crystal meth, cocaine, heroin, all different kinds of drugs,' Stephanie Moran, program director at the Governor's Prevention Partnership, said." Read More

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