Once tweens and teens start to surf the web more independently, though, its harder to keep track of what they’re doing online.
Social networking is more popular than ever — even underage kids are logging onto Facebook — and these kinds of sites are a big draw for kids.
At least one out of every five of the strangers I was connected to was a man with the camera pointed directly at his private parts.
Within the first few seconds of using the site, I was asked: 'Do you show boobs?
A recent study found that not only are most users over 18, up to 8 percent of them had were wearing no clothes or had the camera pointed at their genitals.
Below you’ll find what they are and why you should be concerned: Chatroulette: When users log on to Chatroulette, the can have 1-on-1 webcam chats with other users — no credit cards, passwords, or other hurdles to logging in.A younger child’s online life is easy enough to manage.My own kids (both under age eight) have a select few websites they can/do go to, and that’s it.Kids has young as 13 are allowed to register, where they feel safe to divulge personal contact information and, sometimes, post inappropriate photos.Online Players, Internet Predators, Cyberpaths, Dating Site Frauds, Cyberstalkers... And the button which allows you to report unseemly behaviour is all very well, but the perpetrator's punishment is a tame warning and 40 minutes suspension from the site. During my time on Chatroulette, the users I encountered were men and women from Germany, Holland, Turkey, Spain, America and Britain. If you don't like the look of the person you have been connected to, you click a button marked 'Next' and somebody else instantly pops up at random."Talk to strangers:" That's the tag line for Omegle, a website where girls can text chat with random people they've never met.