Are you stopped from going on certain websites?

  • 30 October 2013
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Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has told a newspaper that he won't let his 11-year-old daughter have a smartphone because he's scared of her being targeted by online bullies.

He said 11-year-old Poppy is the only girl in her class at school not to have a phone but he wants to keep it that way for as long as possible.

Do your mum or dad stop you from going on certain websites because they're worried about your online safety?

Or have they stopped you getting a smartphone until you reach a certain age?

Get in touch

Here at Newsround we're making a special film about kids online experiences and we want some of you guys to be in it.

We'd like you to film yourself talking about the things you are allowed and aren't allowed to do online.

It's easy to get involved in - just film a short clip of yourself talking straight to a camera on your phone, tablet or other similar device, and send them into us via email using this address:

If you'd like to share your story but don't want to make a video, that's fine. You can send us an email using the same address.

Make sure you include your parent's (or guardian's) contact name and number so we can contact them if we want to use your video or comments.

Where to get advice

If you have experienced anything online which has upset you, there are people who can help.

If you would like to talk to someone about being bullied call ChildLine on 0800 1111 - you can call about any problem, at any time, day or night. It's completely confidential.

You can also find out where to get help and advice in this Newsround guide.