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Teens finding cyberspace isn't just fun and games
(China Daily) Updated:2005-04-12 15:14

  Disputes on the Internet have become a major headache for teenagers, according to the latest survey conducted by Shanghai Municipal Youth League Commission, the Jiefang Daily reports.

  One major dispute is caused when copyrights of novels written by teenagers and posted on the Internet aren't respected. The works are used by other websites without crediting the authors, enraging the teens.

  Even worse is that photos of some beautiful young girls are posted to some pornographic websites, which in turn put the girls in a dilemma.

  Blogging is also a well-loved pastime for many teenagers, but when some of them find their secrets or even home addresses revealed to the public, they feel very insecure.

  The Commission is urging local governments to issue regulations to protect teenagers' rights in cyberspace.

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