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Children's online accounts targeted with harmful content within 24 hours - research

Tuesday 20 July 2021 | 15:45 CET | News
Online accounts registered to children in the UK are being targeted with harmful content within 24 hours of being created, according to new research from the 5Rights Foundation and Revealing Reality.

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