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One website marketing itself at 13- to 20-year-olds – – has breached rules governing nudity with posts including: “Do any girls want to post nudes message [sic]” and “Horny girls message me”, an investigation by The Independent has found.
Alongside graphic profile pictures of children, forums addressing troubling topics can be found on the site, which has been linked to several cases of rape and sexual assault against teenager.
In November 2012, Ryan Palmer was charged with aggravated statutory rape of a child for allegedly assaulting a teenager he met on
Palmer, 27, posed as a 21-year-old under a false name to lure his victim.
Allowing adults and children to mix on services that are blatantly about flirting and relationships has the potential to put children at risk of abuse.”Last year a 28-year-old man was jailed for nine years after he groomed two girls aged 14 and 15 on mylol.com, which was described by the NSPCC as a “playground for paedophiles”.
Benjamin Spratt, 28, pleaded guilty to four counts of sexual activity with a child and two counts of digital and oral penetration of a 14-year-old at Croydon Crown Court.
These included a forum asking: “Do You Like To Cut Yourself?
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Hannah Broadbent, director of policy and strategy at Childnet, an organisation designed to make the internet safer for young people, said: “When it comes to using the internet we make young people think about the way they are sharing information with people.”Ms Broadbent warned that the use of sites like this that use GMS technology to determine a user’s location were putting young people at risk.
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