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Explicit pictures or video footage can be used by peers to bully, threaten and blackmail or can end up in the hands of sexual predators.As Claire Lilley, head of child safety online at the NSPCC explains: 'Offenders with a sexual interest in children can be extremely manipulative and devious, lying about who they are and creating fake profiles on the social networks young people use.'For today's young people there is no line between the online and offline world,' he says.'They use the internet to socialise and grow and, just as you guide and support them offline, you should be there for them online too.The photo-sharing app puts photos front and center, allows for a degree of anonymity, and encourages public posts that help like-minded strangers find each other.The product's real-time stream of images and the ease with which it can be accessed on smartphones also ensures that users can connect at all hours of the day.Instagram is being used not only as a way to exchange X-rated images, but also a place for sex chat partners to find each other, offering a glimpse at how cybersex has adapted to the social media age.
This is couple's second baby - the two have a 4-year old girl Saisha.
'Often teenagers have a Facebook page that their parents know about and then another one for their real friends.
So the most important thing is to keep lines of communication open and to create opportunities for them to absorb your values.' Not understanding the boundaries and repercussions of appropriate online behaviour can lead to problems in the real world.
Manish has been enjoying fatherhood to the fullest and recently posted a photo of the little one giving us a glimpse.
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