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The Internet should be a fun and useful tool for your children. However, some people use the Internet to harm them
We live in a world where many of us are online and there are many benefits of using the interent, but it is important to stay safe whilst doing so
Chat rooms and online forums allow people to join in with online conversations and discussions
Advice on obscene, illegal or pornographic material
Sexting is when a person takes an indecent image of themselves and sends it to a friend or boy/girlfriend via their mobile phone
Social networking sites can be fun, interactive and a quick way to stay in touch with friends and family online
According to Internet sources, 'trolling' (also known as cyber bullying or Internet-bullying) is the anti-social act of causing personal conflict and controversy online
Unsolicited email (known as 'spam') continues to be a problem for many people