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The good and the bad
The Internet plays a major part in the way we live our lives and there are many ways in which children and young people can benefit from all the World Wide Web has to offer. But there are also risks associated with being online.
Below are two short videos of people talking about what they think are some of the benefits and risks for children and young people when using the Internet.
VIDEO - The Positives
VIDEO - The Negatives