The NetID system is to be used from primary 6 upwards in Stewart's Melville College and the Mary Erskine School. It was designed by NetIDme, a Glasgow-based company, and allows young people to identify other chat room users.
Pupils at two Edinburgh independent schools became the first in Scotland this week to be issued with an electronic anti-grooming device to protect them from the dangers of making contacts through internet chat rooms.
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