This book shares the risks of the Internet by detailing recent, real-world tragedies and revealing some of the secrets of online activities. Parents and teachers are often ill-equipped to deal with the variety of devices and applications such as email, instant messaging, browsing, blogs, cell phones, and personal digital assistant devices PDAs that can facilitate the dangers lurking online. The priest was not identified in publication of the complaint. The tribunal told AFP the priest complained that, while he was not shown in the documentary, he was "recognizable" from an interview given by a nun. The channel said it was challenging the decision. Entertainment News Film on Catholic priests using nuns as 'sex slaves' pulled The documentary 'Sex Slaves in the Catholic Church' has been pulled from the channel Arte, following a complaint by a priest Published 9: The Vatican's women's magazine, Women Church World, also reported that some nuns had been forced into having abortions. How to Protect Your Children on the Internet offers a comprehensive overview of the ways in which youth use such technologies and exposes the risks they represent. An investigation documentary on priests and nuns was pulled out of the television channel Arte, following a complaint by a German priest. At the same time, it provides a roadmap that will enable parents and teachers to become more engaged in children's online activities, arming them with techniques and tips to help protect their children. Arte told AFP Tuesday,April 30 that it was forced to pull the documentary from its replay site earlier this month after a press tribunal in Hamburg slapped a temporary injunction on the film following a complaint from a priest. The film was made over 3 years by French director Marie-Pierre Raimbault and investigative journalist Eric Quintin, who collected the testimony of nuns whose allegations had been ignored or hidden by the hierarchy across four continents. Filled with practical advice and recommendations, his book is indispensable to anyone who uses the Internet and related technologies, and especially to those charged with keeping children safe. It provides a pragmatic approach to help parents and teachers protect children against the threats of going online. The film has been the most-watched documentary of the year so far on the French arm of the channel, seen by 1. File photo shows faithfuls listening to Pope Francis delivering a speech from the window of the apostolic palace overlooking St Peter's Square in The Vatican on April 22, Its broadcast came weeks after Pope Francis admitted that some rogue priests had used nuns as "sexual slaves" and that the Vatican had to dissolve a French order because its founder was preying on its sisters.