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Christian web safety campaigners welcome new site for parents.
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Christian web safety campaigners welcome new site for parents.

The new "internet wise" site has been created by four of the UK's biggest broadband providers.

It's after 74% of parents said they didn't have enough information about online safety.

Director of 'Media Watch' Vivienne Pattison, who's also a Christian told Premier's News Hour the responsibility isn't all on the big companies.

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