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August 29, 2013

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Ollie,

A great read as ever and I agree entirely with what you say. I think part of the problem is that e-safety has so many meanings to so many people: at home it is one thing, in school it is another. To a child it is something different to a parent, and to a Headteacher it is different to that of a class teacher.

Further, the fundamentals are entirely different dependent upon the audience: a governor, police officer, teenager, young child.

The "saying no" whether verbally or technically (blocking) has got to stop.

After all these years, I think we're still a long way from this being a reality. In part this is to do with an awful lot of scaremongering, and assumptions that all children are in danger.

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