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Mike Coulson #BlockFBPE ✋🌹🐬🦊🕊🇵🇸🌍🎶💚💜💙 20m
Help end the Sign the petition to ensure children are safe online. All young people should be protected from sexual advances made by adults looking after them. Join me & to in the law
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Lowri 1h
There’s a showdown coming! I’ve told and that it’s time to end the . Help keep children safe online and sign the petition today
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Polished Nail Design May 23
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Lesley Griffiths May 20
Proud to support the campaign which is focused on making the internet and social media safer for children and young people.
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TipTik May 21
We all know how this feels right? At we are going to add a section to our website which will explain every internet abbreviation we can find! Let’s get informed!
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Des Mannion May 24
Thanks for your support of this important campaign. Diolch yn fawr
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Great Boughton Police 20h
Do you recognise these cowboys....Spar, Green Lane supporting the NSPCC. For more information -
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NSPCC Press Office May 21
Tech giants are costing kids' lives by failing to remove dangerous self-harm images, dad of Molly Russell warns
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vivienne laing May 21
Thank you . Your support is important as we keep the pressure on UK government
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NSPCC Press Office May 22
Molly Russell's dad in emotional plea to social media companies
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A.F. Blakemore & Son 20h
Best of luck to all stores across England and Wales hosting Wild West fundraisers this weekend for the – helping to raise awareness of the importance of keeping children safe online. See link for details:
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Association of Child Protection Professionals 21h
13.4 million child abuse images recorded by police WE SUPPORT CALLS FOR INTERNET AND SOCIAL MEDIA COMPANIES TO DO MORE TO PROTECT CHILDREN AND FOR GREATER ONLINE REGULATION
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NSPCC May 22
Thanks so much for your support.
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Tony Stower May 22
I’ll be giving evidence later today, about our calls on internet companies to make their platforms safe for children.
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Andy Burrows May 22
Great to see funding to pump-prime innovation. The Duty of Care needs be informed by a sense of the possible - for too long the loudest voices were those saying what couldn’t be done, it’s time to demonstrate what can
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Andy Burrows May 21
Tech firms have a responsibility to act on their duty of care to children now, not to wait until it’s a legal requirement to do so. Our joint call from and
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re:shape May 20
Replying to @NSPCC
To show your support for the 's campaign, and make it clear that new laws are needed to make the internet safer for children, sign their petition here:
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NSPCC Cymru/Wales May 20
Thanks for your support with our campaign
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NSPCC Press Office May 19
‘A sad reflection of Facebook’s refusal to acknowledge the dangers..’ <
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Carol Harris May 16
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