i find it hard that people can actually set up a room for children and leave it unmoderated unattended while predator's expose them to bad enough when adults act like children in adult chat but exposing children to things they shouldn't i think yahoo!
should have least had a responible party in a children's chat room to observe. what i can't understand is why parents are unable to protect their own children from this stuff.
we took immediate action to see that they were withdrawn.” chatooms that yahoo!
manages and monitors are still available for users to access, but users can no longer set up their own. spokesperson, “we began implementing the changes to yahoo! isps have a responsibility to the community, and it's good yahoo! i hope the other shoe falls on the twisted individuals who were making the solicitations.
i mean, seriously, how many young kids want to talk about sex with old men?? chat rooms should be regulated in the exact same way conversation in your living room, in your church, in your mosque, in the pub, or on the street cornor. chat,but have used other chat rooms and know you can give out sexually explicit photos by clicking on a link.don't yahoo!
chat rooms have room operator's so they can ban or kick these type of predator's for the room's.
as reported by a houston, texas tv station, men were posting sexually explicit photographs while chatting about sex with underaged girls.
once the news hit the air, the heat started beating down on yahoo!
, as clients such as pepsi and state farm pulled their advertising due to the issue.
state farm spokesman phil supple said, “we were thoroughly appalled when we were told that our ads were appearing on those sites.
blocking out adult sites and things is all very well, but it's just encouraging more ways we can set up protection without having to take an active part in our children's lives.
what's stopping you surfing the net with your children, or stopping and telling them about the big bad world?
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