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Head of Child Safety Online
Claire Lilley is Head of Child Safety Online at the NSPCC, where she is responsible for all policy and the charity’s related programme of work in relation to child safety online. This includes issues such as child abuse images, online bullying, children’s access to adult content online and ‘sexting’. Claire is responsible for working with a range of stakeholders to develop innovative ideas that have the potential to make a difference to increasing child safety online. Before joining the NSPCC Claire worked at the consumer charity Which?, and prior to that was a secondary school teacher in east London, teaching English and media literacy.