NSW child pornography charges highlight online risks | Law

NSW child pornography charges highlight online risks

David Vaile, co-convener of the UNSW Cyberspace Law and Policy Community, told SBS (22 February 2016) the amount of criminal content online was greater than many Australians would realise.

"The tendency for parents is to freak out when they hear about a sex crime involving social media and they can alienate themselves from their children when they do overreact," he said.

"The more that you can encourage their own self-respect and encourage them to communicate, the more likely they can do something about it, and you can help them."

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