THE mum of the girl kidnapped and abused by Craig Sweeney has backed Wales on Sunday's campaign for a classroom ban on websites allowing children to post explicit photos.
She said she was "disgusted" by social networking sites such as Bebo and went as far to say they should be closed down.
It comes as all but two Welsh councils introduced authority-wide blocks on the sites.
The mother, who cannot be named, said: "I will back your campaign. Do these girls know what they are getting themselves into? Do they know the harm they are doing?
"These girls may be having a laugh with their mates but paedophiles can hack into computers and pretend to be teenagers.
"I am totally disgusted. Can parents track these websites? We must get them closed down."
Nineteen of Wales' 22 local education authorities have now put a central block on sites such as Bebo being accessed in schools. Two more plan to have a system in place for the next school term while Swansea already has almost 100 per cent of schools signed up to a blocking scheme.
It follows a WoS investigation revealing how children, some as young as 12, are using the Bebo site to pose in their underwear alongside sexual messages, leaving them prey to prowling on-line perverts.
Only Anglesey Council is yet to definitively announce a ban on the sites.
Deputy leader John Meirion Davies said: "I'm not aware of any problem at all.
"I don't get too bothered with these things, I just ignore them. I wouldn't expect them to be accessed in schools."