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A guide to "secret sexting codes" has gone viral on Facebook after police in Ireland shared it to help parents spot s of child sexual exploitation, according to reports. The guide - showing an array of acronyms and abbreviations used by teenagers in sexual text - or sext - messages originated in the United States and was shared on the social network by Northern Irish police team PSNI Newry and Mourne.
Britain's National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children has found that one in seven youngsters have taken a naked or semi-naked picture of themselves — with more than half going on to share sexting codes image with another person, the Independent reported. The NSPCC claims one in five indecent images shared of children online are taken by the child themselves, and then shared without their consent.
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Parents, You Need to Know About These Secret Sexting Codes Teens Are Using