Nearly one in five children who regularly use the internet reported receiving unwanted sexual solicitations online, a study has found.

The prevalence of sexual come-ons was not surprising, said David Finkelhor, who led the study as director of the University of New Hampshire's Crimes Against Children Research Center. "More surprising was how few youth and parents disclosed these things to anybody," he said.

Only 10 percent of the unwanted solicitations were reported


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