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Tell your parents or teacher if someone or something makes you feel uncomfortable or worried.Never be afraid to let someone know if you feel bullied or uncomfortable about anything you've been sent or see online.Top Tips to keep you safe: This is the term used when an adult gradually gets to know a young person by pretending they are safe and friendly, when in fact they plan to abuse the young person or try to have sex with them. Adults who may pretend to be a young person and who make contact with you via a movile phone or internet chat room Adults who want to know lots of details about you and who want to meet you Adults who may claim that they love you Adults who may go out of their way to get you to trust them, this makes it easier for them to hurt you without getting caught Contacts Police Scotland Safety tips to help parents keep their children safe online, "THINK SMART." Tel 101 Internet Watch Foundation The IWF is the only recognised organisation in the UKoperating an internet ‘Hotline’ for the public and IT professionals to report their exposure to potentially illegal content online.Thinkuknow provides information from the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) on how your child can stay safe online.
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Understand the dangers and follow some simple guidelines to help you stay out of trouble.