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Boycott of social media may be necessary to protect children, says leading protection officer

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Boycott of social media may be necessary to protect children, says leading protection officer

Boycott of social media may be necessary to protect children, says leading protection officer

A public boycott of social media companies may be necessary before they take the initiative to protect children from abuse, the country’s leading child protection police officer, Simon Bailey, said.

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