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Internet safety

BBC Newsline looks at the issue of Internet safety and how parents can keep their children safe from harm when they go online.

Nicole Hammond

Nicole Hammond

How young is too young to be on social networking sites? One mum was shocked to find out how easy it was for strangers to contact her daughter.

Tara Mills reports.

Jim Gamble is the head of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), a UK wide organisation which protects children from the dangers posed by the Internet.   He took part in a special webcast following tonight's programme.

Tara Mills and Jim Gamble

As well as answering the questions emailed by BBC Newsline viewers, he also told us why he is calling for all social networking sites to include a link to the police. 

last updated: 23/04/2009 at 20:20
created: 22/04/2009

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