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Casual dating website ‘Adult Friend Finder’ has been hacked, leaking data from as many as 3.9 million accounts, according to an investigation by Channel 4 News.With 63 million registered users, UK Business Insider claims Adult Friend Finder is one of the largest casual dating websites around, comparing it to Tinder which had 50 million users late last year."The 24-hour nature of the internet and devices children use means young people can feel like there's no escape, with them facing almost constant harassment which can leave them feeling increasingly desperate and isolated.Children may sometimes know the person contacting them online but they could also be targeted by someone using a fake or anonymous account.Four in 10 said they had witnessed others being picked on online - almost double the 22% recorded last year.Less than a third of parents (27%) said they were worried about their child being the victim of cyber-bullying this year - almost halving from 45% in the previous year, while two-thirds (67%) of children are now allowed to go online without supervision - up from 53%.Claire Lilley, head of child safety online at the NSPCC, said cyber-bullying is a "huge concern".She added: "The use of teen dating apps can expose children to contact by adults who have a sexual interest in them because the age controls are often inadequate.
“Where you’ve got names, dates of birth, ZIP codes, then that provides an opportunity to actually target specific individuals whether they be in government or healthcare for example, so you can profile that person and send more targeted blackmail-type emails,” Charlie Mc Murdie of Pw C and a former Metropolitan Police head said.
However, more than three-quarters (77%) of mothers and fathers polled said they had conversations about online safety, up from 68% last year.
Last week a report from the Health Select Committee said MPs heard evidence that sexting, cyber-bullying and inappropriate online content has caused a direct increase in mental health problems in children, including stress and anxiety.
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Andy Phippen, professor of social responsibility in IT at Plymouth University, said: "It is very concerning to see the proportion of younger teens using apps like Tinder, whose aim is essentially hook-ups and dating, and very much for an adult audience.