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In this Internet age, the playground has gone digital; and with it, the bullies.
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Now a senior British police officer responsible for preventing online bullying claims the world's biggest social networking sites are failing to combat abuse.
Jim Gamble, head of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (Ceop) Center, said Facebook and MySpace, which between them have more than 500 million users, could work harder to stamp out bullying.
He wants the sites to follow the example of Bebo, which has adopted an initiative whereby children who fear they are at risk can press a panic button. This allows users to report online abuse, bullying and illegal activity.
But will the button really make a difference, or will it induce panic rather than preventing it?
And will it deter children from taking their problems to the adults in their life, thinking they can combat the problems alone?
We want to know if you think the initiative is a step in the right direction, and how you'd like to see social networking sites beat bullying online.
Post your comments below and we’ll include the best ones in tonight’s show.