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“Some older children may be willingly taking part in making sexually explicit videos because it might seem edgy or exciting.
"We all need to ensure parents have what they need to talk to their children about behaviour online, and that children and young people themselves understand the risks involved in getting naked online.
"This research proves again that an image online is an image shared and something which may seem like a good idea at the time can have long-term impact." Claire Lilley, head of child online safety at the NSPCC said: “The truly worrying problem is the number of very young children who are being coerced into providing material which is almost certainly finishing up in the hands of sex offenders.
One video described in the report featured a girl aged about seven who was heavily made up and dressed in underwear exposing herself.
The girl says: "Mum might see it and get worried and you know, like, delete my account." Another video of "extremely sexually explicit" acts featured a girl aged about 12.