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Leave quickly. You will be taken to the BBC News website - this is in case you don't want someone to see you on this website. Any image of yourself that you send, can and might be shared by the person you sent it to. Once you press send, it is no longer in your control.
It can be sent on to anyone or posted anywhere on the internet. It could end up on social networking sites or even porn sites. You should never feel pressured to send an image of yourself to anyone. Think about why someone would want you to do this. Once they have your image, they have it forever and could even use it against you. Being involved in sending explicit pictures, where the person in the picture is under the age of 18, can be a criminal offence. This could lead to you getting into trouble with the police, affect your chances of getting a job and even limit the countries that you can travel to.
If someone is forcing you to send an inappropriate image of yourself you should report them to the Police by calling Download ChildLine's free Zipit app for lo of great comebacks if someone's trying to get you to send them a sexual image. West Yorkshire Police. Did you know? If you have sent a sexual image of yourself Firstly, speak to someone that you can trust like a parent or carer, teacher or family member. You may feel uncomfortable about telling your parents but they will need to know so that they can help and support you.
Available 24 hours a day. To make a report click on the following link and follow the instructions: www. If you have sent an image to someone else you need to ask them to delete it. If the image has been posted by someone else on a social networking site, like Facebook, then you should report it. Each social networking site will have its own reporting tool.
If you're unsure, ask an adult to help you. Use the reporting tool to tell the site what has happened, as it breaks their own terms and conditions and they will remove it. You will need to find out if the image is available elsewhere online.
You can do this by searching for your name and username and placing your name in inverted commas: " It is a good idea to repeat the search regularly over a few weeks. Sexting: advice for parents - information from the NSPCC, explaining what sexting is, what the risks are, and how to talk to your child about the issues : www.Sexting nude
email: [email protected] - phone:(255) 147-2239 x 8916
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