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There are so many risks they’re not aware of.’One girl said she was asked for naked pictures ‘at least two or three times a week’. is coming up on the first page of [search engines], which could jeopardise any future career I have or if any family or friends come across it.’Emma Mc Clarkin, a Tory MEP for the East Midlands, said: ‘If your daughter allows one picture of herself to get shared by a friend to a friend who then lets it go on, that picture can get stolen on so many multiple sites that it’s impossible to ever get it off.’NSPCC chief executive Peter Wanless said: ‘These images are illegal, as they effectively constitute indecent images of children, and it’s now becoming clear that adult sex offenders are getting hold of them.
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Given the speed of the investigation, the true number of stolen pictures is likely to be far higher.
At a fringe event at the Conservative Party conference, Miss Hargreaves said she would like to see children taught about the dangers of sexting at school, so they understand that they might never be able to remove every copy of a picture or video that ends up online.