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Okay, so what is snapchat? Snapchat is a popular and seamless way of sending and receiving pictures with others. The platform is hugely popular and a relatively new kid on the block in the social media world. It allows users to send pictures with a time limit on them so when the user receives the pictures they only have so many seconds to view it Up to 10 seconds depending on what is set before sending.
Most parents may have heard of snapchat, but do you really know how your child is using it? They have 4 seconds left to view it, in that 4 seconds it does allow you to screenshot the photo. Snapchat does tell the sender if the photo has been screen-shotted. In some cases, it can lead to depression, or even suicide. You may be thinking this is a bit extreme but in reality this can happen to absolutely anyone.
All from one photo. This information is crucial and cannot be ignored, reassurance that everything will be okay is vital. The quicker and earlier you contact CEOP the more they will be able to help. CEOP works with child protection partners across the UK and overseas to identify the main threats to children and coordinates activity against these threats to bring offenders to .
They protect children from harm online and offline, directly through NCA led operations and in partnership with local and international agencies. In conclusion Snapchat is a great way for young people to communicate with friends, and is ultimately very fun. A Parents complete guide to Snapchat, the dangers and impact! Introduction Okay, so what is snapchat? It allows users to send pictures with a time limit on them so when the user receives the pictures they only have so many seconds to view it Up to 10 seconds depending on what is set before sending Why do you need to know as a parent?
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