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Social Media Safety

Mon, 27 March 2017

Social Media Safety

More than half of parents let their children access the web by the age of 12, according to a recent survey on internet safety, but if you're a parent and you don't know the difference between Snapchat and Instagram, then you might be worrying about your children's use of social media.

Psychologist Anne McCormack has written a book, Keeping Your Child Safe on Social Media: Five Easy Steps, which aims to help parents keep their children and teens safe on social media and she joined us today to talk all about it, watch the segment below:

Later on in the show she answered your questions, watch below:

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