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Research suggests opportunity for algorithm-based, targeted preventative interventions to combat Internet-initiated victimization.

Findings from Penn State about the effects of online activity on teens has recently been published in the journal of Nature Human Behaviour. Their findings suggest that teens who experienced child sexual abuse have a greater risk of sexual revictimization from interacting with strangers online. Read more about the study here.

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