Growing concerns about online dangers for children

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Growing concerns about online dangers for children

More than half of children in London say they have come across dangers online. 

New research by AVG shows that a fifth of children have also seen disturbing material by accident. 

This comes as the government is expected to discuss internet safety in Westminster tomorrow. 

Online Security Expert, Tony Anscombe from AVG, explains more. 

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