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Web help button to keep children safe

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Social networking site Bebo has adopted a help button for children being bullied online.

Clicking the button allows users to contact specially trained Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop) officers for advice.

Jim Gamble, from Ceop, called on MySpace and Facebook to include the same help button.

This promotional video explains how the system works.

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