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Girls as young as 13 send topless and naked photographs on their mobile phones without hesitation, regarding it as a form of flirtation.

While middle-class parents might be horrified, evidence suggests that socio-demographics do not play any role in dictating who engages in the practice.

And besides, I have absolute confidence that my children will be moderate and sensible.” But his views clash with those of fellow psychologist Prof Tanya Byron, who has sounded the alarm over children being “raised in captivity”, because of paranoia over health and safety.

“Children are incredibly savvy in terms of technology, and they will find ways to do whatever it is you want them not to do.

” With a son aged eight and a daughter who has just turned 11, James, whose most recent book is Love Bomb: Reset Your Child’s Emotional Thermostat, is resigned to giving them technological freedom, while ensuring that they feel loved enough to turn to him for support if and when they need it.

“Yes, there are people online pretending to be 16 when they are really 30 or 50, but what can you do? “If your child has half a brain they can spot a fake.

If you are caught spying on your child, you risk creating a situation in which the child keeps secrets, is angry with you and rebels by leading a separate online life.

Overt scrutiny relies on mutual agreement, but can work – at least with younger children.

I have a 10-year-old daughter and, yes, I routinely cast a benign eye over the texts and emails she sends.

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