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The list of abbreviations includes code for 'kill yourself' and 'take your clothes off'. With so much interaction done online, it's increasingly tricky to know when your child is potentially in danger. The line between trusting your child and respecting their privacy and policing them out of concern is a fine one for parents to tread. The online world is perpetually changing, and it can be difficult to be alert to which mediums are used and what exactly is going on.
To help worried parents, the Police Service of Northern Ireland have elected to post an American style graphic sexting dictionary on Facebook for parents to familiarise themselves with online talk. The police in Newry and Mourne asked parents on Facebook: Do you understand text talk? Ranging from salacious come-ons to disturbing orders to "kill yourself" it gives a sometimes uncomfortable glimpse into what happen online. Presumably more in-the-know, young readers have pointed out the urban tech dictionary is not current. A spokesman for Newry and Mourne PSNI, said: "As a follow up to the text talk post just to clarify that this was an American resource and indeed some of the codes may not be being used here but it is something to be aware off if you see cryptic messages on your kids devices.
Belfast Live have since published an up-to-date version of the most common abbreviation s. QQ — Crying. This abbreviation produces an emoticon in text. By Jilly Beattie. Zahra Mulroy Social Audience Editor. Get updates with the day's biggest stories Invalid Something went wrong, please try again later.
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Guide to secret 'sexting codes' used by teens goes viral on Facebook