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Any online ‘kidfluencer’ content or images of children can be sexualised, as Four Corners report shows. So what can be done?

By Catherine Jane Archer, Senior Lecturer, Communication, Edith Cowan University
A sexualised gaze can fall on any image of a child online, no matter how innocently it was shared. But there is room for parents, policymakers and platforms to do more to protect children online.The Conversation

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