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Canberra Times
Just be more real: Backlash against social mediais the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to s
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
is the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to strangers daily. The APS' spokeswoman Dr Lyn O'Grady said the survey's results highlight the important role that parents need to play in guiding teens in the online... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Just be more real: Backlash against social mediais the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to s
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
is the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to strangers daily. The APS' spokeswoman Dr Lyn O'Grady said the survey's results highlight the important role that parents need to play in guiding teens in the online... Read more
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Western Advocate
Just be more real: Backlash against social mediais the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to s
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
is the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to strangers daily. The APS' spokeswoman Dr Lyn O'Grady said the survey's results highlight the important role that parents need to play in guiding teens in the online... Read more
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Manning River Times
Just be more real: Backlash against social mediais the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to s
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
is the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to strangers daily. The APS' spokeswoman Dr Lyn O'Grady said the survey's results highlight the important role that parents need to play in guiding teens in the online... Read more
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The North West Star
Just be more real: Backlash against social mediais the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to s
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
is the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to strangers daily. The APS' spokeswoman Dr Lyn O'Grady said the survey's results highlight the important role that parents need to play in guiding teens in the online... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Just be more real: Backlash against social mediais the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to s
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
is the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to strangers daily. The APS' spokeswoman Dr Lyn O'Grady said the survey's results highlight the important role that parents need to play in guiding teens in the online... Read more
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The Border Mail
Just be more real: Backlash against social mediais the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to s
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
is the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to strangers daily. The APS' spokeswoman Dr Lyn O'Grady said the survey's results highlight the important role that parents need to play in guiding teens in the online... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Just be more real: Backlash against social mediais the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to s
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
is the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to strangers daily. The APS' spokeswoman Dr Lyn O'Grady said the survey's results highlight the important role that parents need to play in guiding teens in the online... Read more
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The Courier
Just be more real: Backlash against social mediais the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to s
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
is the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to strangers daily. The APS' spokeswoman Dr Lyn O'Grady said the survey's results highlight the important role that parents need to play in guiding teens in the online... Read more
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WA Today
Just be more real: Backlash against social mediais the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to s
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
is the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to strangers daily. The APS' spokeswoman Dr Lyn O'Grady said the survey's results highlight the important role that parents need to play in guiding teens in the online... Read more
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The Age
Just be more real: Backlash against social mediais the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to s
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
is the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to strangers daily. The APS' spokeswoman Dr Lyn O'Grady said the survey's results highlight the important role that parents need to play in guiding teens in the online... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Just be more real: Backlash against social mediais the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to s
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
is the finding that 10 per cent of teenagers had communicated or responded to strangers daily. The APS' spokeswoman Dr Lyn O'Grady said the survey's results highlight the important role that parents need to play in guiding teens in the online... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Strangers are prowling children's social media accountschild's social media accounts and didn't know the passwords. "Social media is
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
child's social media accounts and didn't know the passwords. "Social media is an asset for teens," APS spokeswoman Dr Lyn O'Grady said. "But they are less able to identify risks and more likely to act impulsively compared to adults, and need... Read more
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