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Internet safety resource launched by BT, pop star

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British pop star Sophie Ellis-Bextor and telecommunications giant BT has launched a new internet safety resource for parents titled “Internet Matters.” The website, located at internetmatters.org, contains information for parents and kids about topics like online pornography, cyberbullying, identity protection, and sexting.

Prime Minister David Cameron praised Internet Matters and added, “As a father-of-three, I take this issue extremely seriously because the internet is a fantastic resource for young people – a place where they can be educated and entertained – but this virtual world can also pose a great danger to children… There is nothing more important than the safety of our children.”

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02 Sep, 15

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