Predators are going to troll in these areas where they know children are going to be," Cooper said."That's why these social networking sites have the responsibility to make their sites safe for children." • Click here to visit FOXNews.com's Cybersecurity Center. The attorneys general received agreements last year from My Space and Facebook to push toward making their sites safer.Of the 95 UK-based web pages removed last year, almost 90 per cent contained images of children appearing to be aged 10 or under.
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