Whatever you like doing, if you use the internet you might have met people online who want to chat.
Whatever may have happened you won’t be in trouble.
Have you met someone online and you’re not sure they are who they say they are? Is someone trying to take things further by showing you porn or asking you to do sexual stuff on webcam?
This might be someone: If this is happening to you, or you’re worried that it might be, you can report this to CEOP. They would only need to tell someone else if: Call them on 0800 1111. You can also visit to speak to a counsellor online.
police.uk/safety-centre Child Line is a free helpline for children and young people. Share your experiences with other young people Talk to other young people about your experiences and get support at the Child Line messageboards.
CEOP helps young people who are being sexually abused or are worried that someone they’ve met is trying to abuse them. Confidential means not telling anyone else what you’ve said.
If you’ve met someone online, or face to face, and they are putting you under pressure to have sex or making you feel uncomfortable you should report to CEOP. This means that whatever you say stays between you and Child Line.
With just one click, you can chat in Gmail with the people you already email or reply to emails by chat.
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We’re always working to increase the amount of free storage we offer in Gmail, and if you want even more, you can always purchase additional space.
With all that space, you can archive instead of deleting messages, so they won’t clutter your inbox but will remain searchable in case you ever need them again.
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