(PRWEB UK) 5 February 2013
According to the BBC News report by Judith Burns, pupils as young as five should be given lessons in how to keep save on the internet. Many children are being groomed for sex, exposed to pornography and unsuitable content and cyber bullying is on the increase.
The report states that the NSPCC is calling for lessons in school on internet safety and for more advice for parents on how to talk to their children about this, as they would about drugs, alcohol and stranger danger. The NSPCC is also looking for internet service providers to allow parents to install blocks or filters on the internet in their homes. However, experts including Phil Bradley, of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals warned that the filtering could have unintended consequences such as blocking legitimate websites on sexual health and identity.
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