Your best bet is to report it to moderators or site administrators and ignore the person. Com will check logs to corroborate the story and permanently ban the offending party.You may also wish to notify the police, recently there have been some high profile cases of teens being prosecuted for blackmailing other teens and adults with digital photos and videos.If you are talking about physical safety and digital security, then the four rules above apply and will keep kids safe.However, when it comes to emotional abuse through cyber bullying or exposure to sexual content it is not nearly as easy to stop or even guard against.For almost as long as chatrooms have existed, people have been asking the question "Are Chat Rooms Safe?" And the answer is: Chatrooms are as safe or dangerous as you allow them to be.They generally fall into 3 categories, Catfishing Scams, e Whoring and Cam Bots.Extra Info: Don't Fear "Hackers" Just because someone knows how to exploit chat software does not make them a true "hacker".
Don't Succumb to Blackmail Once you start down the path of pacifying a blackmailer you've started a journey that will never end.
I've been coming to teen chat for almost a year now and I have to say it's an amazing place. I've met a bunch of people with *intelligence*. Haha, I'm one of the nice peoples, so if I'm not bouncing off the walls, Talk to meh! And to be honest some of the chicks on here are pretty hot.
You have your jerks here and there but mostly it's just really cool people. If you want come by Classical sometime and say,"Hi." or something...never we might become friends.
I'm a very solitary person but when I'm here I'm not....
Ya' know, you're waiting on a phone call, having a lousy birthday, or just having a lousy day. Just the fact that you find people who are into the same stuff you're into makes it even better.