Someone to watch over you

Pemberton, Camilla
February 2010
Community Care;2/4/2010, Issue 1804, p20
The article details an interview with Zoe Hilton, head of safeguarding and child protection at the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop) in Great Britain. According to her, the biggest challenge for the centre is to make Internet safety part of mainstream child protection. Hilton emphasises that she aims to put children's safety on the Internet at the heart of the child protection system.


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