Last updated 2:53 PM on 18 July 2014
Listen to child psychologist Kimberley O'Brien talking about the dangers of sexting.
Views expressed in interviews may not be the views of the NSW Department of Education and Communities....
At a glance
- Sexting involves the use of a mobile phone and the transmission of a sexual image or message between two people.
- Educate your child about what it is and why it's illegal.
- Give your child suggestions of what to do if they receive a sexting message.
- Discuss the consequences of sexting and the damage that can be done to reputations in the long term on the internet.
For more information see reference for sexting - here
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