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Google's takeover of social-networking site Facebook has raised pressure for the site to install a "panic button" to help protect children against being groomed by paedophiles.

The site has so far refused to introduce the system. Jim Gamble, chief executive of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Agency (Ceop), explains the online protection measures.


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