NSPCC warns parents on dangers of children sexting after shocking report (From Somerset County Gazette)

NEW FIGURES reveal that 50 per cent of parents don’t know it’s illegal for a child to take a nude selfie.

According to a study from the NSPCC, one in two parents don’t know the legal consequences of their child taking or sending a nude photo, and two out of five parents fear their children will be involved in ‘sexting’, but haven’t spoken to them about the risks.

The NSPCC definition of ‘sexting’ is when someone shares sexual, naked or semi-naked images or videos of themselves or others, or sends sexually explicit messages.

via NSPCC warns parents on dangers of children sexting after shocking report (From Somerset County Gazette)

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