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ONLINE SAFETY WARNING.

BUDDING film makers are urging other young people to keep safe online in a film for Safer Internet Day.

Greater Merseyside Connexions has worked with young people in Knowsley to produce the internet DVD, Party Girl.

The film was premiered at the borough's Safer Internet Day launch event.

This year's theme is "Think B4 U Post" and Knowsley Safeguarding Children Board (KSCB) is coordinating a week-long series of events for young people, families and council staff.

. For more information go to www.knowsleyspace.co.uk."
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Feb 12, 2010
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