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Why aren't we more outraged about social media predators?

As society becomes desensitised to such deviant behaviour, parents must get angry for their kids

Being hunted by sexual predators on social media is all too common for many young boys and girls. PHOTO: ST FILE
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When Kelly was raped by a boy she met on Instagram at the age of 15, she turned not to her parents but to her tuition teacher.

In the end, he helped to report the case to the police.

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