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Planning to talk to your child about sex, relationships and their lives online can be tricky. Find lots of advice about these complex areas here.

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    What is sexual abuse?

    Sexual abuse can happen to girls and boys and is never a child's fault.

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    Spotting the signs of sexual abuse

    A child is sexually abused when they are forced or persuaded to take part in sexual activities. This doesn't have to be physical contact, and it can happen online. Sometimes the child won't understand that what's happening to them is abuse.

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    Why do people sexually abuse children?

    Understanding why people abuse can help us work out the best ways to protect children. Dr Elly Hanson, clinical psychologist and advisor to CEOP, outlines some of the factors involved.

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    Reporting to social media sites

    The simplest way to have information about your child removed from a website or app, is to contact the site itself. Find out how to report to popular websites and apps.

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    Has your child used online dating services?

    Meeting and chatting to others online is normal for the majority of teenagers, but using online dating services may put them at risk.

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    What is live streaming?

    With an increase in the popularity of live streaming, it's important to understand why young people enjoy sharing experiences in real-time.