Social media decoding dictionary launched for concerned parents

Parents concerned their children are offering to GNOC and give away their ASL will be able to decode social media using a language guide launched by government.

The dictionary translates “popular teen chat acronyms”, including get naked on cam (GNOC) and age, sex, location (ASL) often used by children using anonymous chat rooms to disclose their personal details.

The tool will help eagle-eyed parents spot when their child issues a P999, also known as a parent alert, or a CD9 (Code 9), to make their online friends aware their parents are around.

Read more: The Telegraph

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