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when i bought my first computer i signed up with a local service provider and checked out the chats,i was not impressed.still after all these years i'm still not impressed.people are still people if you can call them that, regardless of the medium cb- ham radio or online the ones i ran into in the chats were quite loose with the keys if you know what i the millions of years we have been on this rock technology has grown by leaps and bounds but socially were are still in the dark still have that neanderthal mindset food sex entertainment,it's just a shame that some have taken it upon themselves to not use the technology wisely and sit ther at the screen and grunt,eat,fart,and say wow cool look at that chick or dood.i as a human can't understand how in gods name we could have advanced technologically yet socially we are the same as we were thousands of years would think the human race would have adavanced at the same rate socially as well as technologically and we wouldnt have to worry about our children being harrased by perverts- (neanderthals)i'm sure many of you have run into the person in a chat that bombards everyone with asl we are in a public forum such as a mall or an auditorium for a paticular function do we stand around and ask each other asl???
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.
chat user rooms in the past week.” read more on this topic from the electric new paper and cnet. , although it didn't really have much of a choice. not that this kind of stuff should be tolerated in any way, shape, or form, but isn't this unfortunately commonplace on the internet? i question if any children actually went to those rooms.
– by woman point of viewhaving 2 daughters aged (now) 19 and 12, we have a simple rule in our house – no chat rooms. it upsets me how casual parents take their childrens' wellfare.
surf the net by all means, chat with your friends on msn, but you don't need to go talking to strangers. how many children are coaxed from their families by these individuals, to never be seen again.