trafficking

What is Child Trafficking?

Child trafficking is when young people are forced, persuaded or tricked to leave their homes and are then exploited, sold or forced to work. It is a form of child abuse and it is illegal in Ireland.
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help

Not sure how to ask for help? Here’s what to do

We all need help sometimes but it's not always easy knowing who we can turn to for help. Here are a few tips on the best way to get support.
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What you need to know about passwords and screen names

We have some helpful tips you can follow around passwords and screen names that will help keep your data and accounts safe!
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What is online grooming?

Online grooming is when someone builds a relationship with you over social media or online gaming so they can manipulate or exploit you.
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What is a Loot Box?

A loot box is “an in-game purchase consisting of a virtual container that awards players with items and modifications based on chance”.
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What is OnlyFans?

OnlyFans is a subscription-based content sharing platform that has become very popular with sex workers and adult content creators.
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How to protect yourself from inappropriate content

The Internet is a fascinating place but it's important to know how to protect yourself from inappropriate content that might upset you.
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5 reasons why it’s never a good idea to ‘Send Nudes’

Trigger Warning: This article contains references to sexual exploitation. If you have been exploited online, contact An Garda Síochána immediately. 
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What is Data Protection and the Age of Digital Consent?

The Age of Digital Consent is the minimum age someone must be before an internet company can collect, process and store their data.
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The Do’s and Don’ts of Online Dating

Online dating has opening up a whole new world of communication and opportunity for young people but it's important to understand the risks.
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What to do if you’re being cyberbullied

If you're being cyberbullied, it's important to talk to someone you trust so they can help you find a way to make it stop.
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What does Cyberbullying look like?

Cyberbullying is the repeated bullying behaviour of a person with the intent to cause them harm, using electronic devices.
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