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The presence of content depicting child sexual abuse is a serious problem that has found its way into the digital sphere. The has launched its Annual Report, which highlights the hotline’s efforts to protect children and young people against all forms of violence

As parents, many people think that their children are completely safe when they are in their own home...

All children deserve to grow up in a safe and caring environment, but many do not have the opportunity to do so. The harsh reality is that sexual exploitation and abuse is a serious risk for many children around the world.

In today’s digital world, the time children spend online and in front of a screen has a strong influence on their emotional and social development. The content children consume can be controlled for a relatively long period of their lives and then influenced to varying degrees, so we, as parents, have a responsibility to do so.

As the digital world develops, it becomes more and more part of our daily lives. It makes our lives easier and offers a mine of opportunities, but it also entails significant drawbacks and dangers. As children become more immersed in the online world, their exposure to a variety of threats raises concerns. Online banking scams may not immediately spring to mind as the greatest danger, but they are no exception.

In our digital world, the internet has opened countless opportunities for people of all ages, including children, to communicate, learn and enjoy