One or two days ago, a live film of a fourteen-year-old boy with a woman named Mina. N is shared on social media. In this movie, a teenage boy enters Instagram live with one of the users and has sexual conversations.
This live was about ten minutes, but its reflection in cyberspace was very high. The strangest thing about this live was that a fourteen-year-old boy explains about ugly movies and he is no longer interested in watching them. These words even surprise Mina. He provoked her so much that he did not imagine that his non-sexually explicit comedy live would cause such a thing to happen.
Reactions to live sex of a fourteen-year-old boy
Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi reacted to the incident in the courtyard of the cabinet, saying, “Someone sent me this video and said that the think tank planned to distribute the video widely and attack you for filtering Instagram. “I replied that the responsibility for refining and filtering lies with other groups, which naturally comment on these mechanisms themselves.”
“The film was bitter and disturbing, and the institutions responsible for helping children and adolescents in this situation must take action, and the family situation must be addressed instead of showing the film,” Azari Jahromi stressed.
Some users, of course, suggested that the “Internet plan for children and adolescents” be followed so that, with more restrictions, this age group would also have access to the Internet and cyberspace. Apparently, the Ministry of Communications has followed up on this issue, but it has been closed. “We have been seriously pursuing the Internet for children since day one, but go and see who sued me in court to stop the children’s Internet plan,” Azari Jahromi explained.
Azari Jahromi referred to the “compilation of a child and adolescent support document” which is supported by three titles: “Comparative study document in the development of children and adolescent cyberspace services”, “Field study document in the development of children and adolescent cyberspace services” and “Document Parental Control Tools “released.
Khosrow Seljuqi, the executor of this internet project, explained that “we have several documents; “One of them is conceptual and in the form of a mindmap. But apparently, as Azari Jahromi said, he has been sued for implementing this plan.
How to take care of teenagers in cyberspace?
UNICEF has proposed five strategies for families to protect their children in cyberspace. The first suggestion is that parents talk openly with their children about cyberspace. In explaining this section, make sure that your children understand the importance and value of friendly and supportive interactions, and more importantly, be aware of your child’s moods when working with the Internet, for example, whether he or she looks sad or secretive, or experiencing cyberbullying. he does. In the first recommendation, make rules with your child about how and when they can use these devices.
The second suggestion is to use technology to protect your children and make sure your child’s electronics are up to date with the latest software and antivirus and privacy settings are clear. Cover the camera (webcam) if not in use. For younger children, use tools like parental control over the Internet and SafeSearch to make online experiences safer.
UNICEF’s third recommendation is to spend time with your child in cyberspace. Create opportunities for your child to have positive and secure online communication with friends, family and you. Nowadays, communication with others is more important than ever and can be a great opportunity for you to be a role model for your child in “virtual communication” in terms of kindness and empathy. Also, make time for your child and find age-appropriate apps, apps, games, and other entertainment.
The fourth tip is to encourage healthy online habits. Encourage good behaviors in cyberspace and in video calls. Encourage your child to be kind and respectful to classmates. Be careful to cover your children in front of the camera and do not let them make video calls from inside the bedroom, for this you need to know the policies and ways to contact the school to report online harassment or inappropriate online content.
As children spend more time online, they may be exposed to more publicity that promotes unhealthy foods, gender stereotypes, or age-inappropriate topics. Help your child recognize online advertising and take the opportunity to identify some negative messages together.
The fifth and final suggestion is to let your child have fun and express themselves, because spending time at home can be a good opportunity for your children to use cyberspace to reflect their opinions and support those who need help in this crisis. To use.
Encourage your children to engage in physical activity using digital tools, such as encouraging the use of online sports videos for young children and video games that increase their mobility.
Remember to balance online entertainment with offline activities, such as spending time outdoors if possible.