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Children set out vision for a safer internet

David Cameron's advisor on the sexualisation of children says the Government is working hard to keep youngsters safe online. Today is Safer Internet Day and parents are being encouraged to do more to monitor what their children do on a computer. Twenty-four thousand school children have set out their vision for how to make the internet a safer and more enjoyable place. The 'Have Your Say' research was commissioned by the UK Safer Internet Centre. The findings will be presented to government and industry stakeholders at an event in London later today. Tory MP Claire Perry tells Premier's Inspirational Breakfast the government, parents and internet providers all have a role to play. 

And visit for more info on how to stay safe online.

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