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Most average, everyday YouTube viewers are only able to flag videos for inappropriate content on an individual basis. Thats reportedly far higher than the hit rate when looking at flags from the general public.

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Raising children in the Facebook era is certainly no easy task. Apart from the threats of online predators, cyber bullies, hackers, scammers and identity thieves, parents also have to worry about their children posting questionable, outrageous or inappropriate content. Most teens reluctantly ‘friend’ their parents on Facebook, and then the cat and mouse game begins. […]

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The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) is an organization formed and is based in the UK that basically aims to protect children from “child sexual abuse images online”, in partnership with the netizens and the police. Today, October 26 marks the 2011 IWF Awareness Day, a day of taking part in reaching out to people via […]

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