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Australia's "Cyber Cop" says it's parents responsibility to say "no" to apps like TikTok


Parents yesterday were sent the message to keep their kids off TIK TOK, after horrible footage was circulating of a man taking his own life.
The confronting video is even hidden in some videos of cute cats and seemingly innocent content. 
What should parents do if their kids have seen the video? Can Tik Tok be blocked from Ipads? 
Hear our chat with Australia's Cyber Cop Susan McLean below: 

Kids Helpline. 1800 55 1800. Phone support is there all day, every day. Online support is open from 8am-midnight every day (AEST).
Suicide Callback Service. 1300 659 467. Phone support all day, every day, and follow-up calls.
eHeadspace. 1800 650 890. Open 9am-1am daily (AEST).
Lifeline. 13 11 14. Phone support all day, every day. Online support 7pm-4am daily (AEST).
Beyondblue. 1300 22 4636. Phone support all day, every day. Online support 3pm-midnight every day.

****** WARNING ****** There is a video on TikTok of a man live streaming his suicide. Please ensure you do not allow...

Posted by Susan Mclean - Cyber Safety Expert on Monday, September 7, 2020