The internet has made the job of parents a great deal harder:
More than four in ten parents say that their children have been exposed to internet porn, an official survey reveals.
Almost a third say their sons or daughters have received sexually explicit emails or texts and a quarter say they have been bullied online or on their phones.
Many others have been exposed to websites promoting anorexia, self-harm and even suicide.
The frightening insight is contained in a round-up of responses to a Department for Education consultation on parental internet controls obtained by this paper.
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